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December 21, 1989 | From Times wire services
A Tarzana man has been arrested for allegedly operating a small business that supplied hundreds of phony identification cards to underage students from across the country, the Los Angeles police reported this morning. Alan Sturm, 52, was arrested at 10 p.m. Wednesday on suspicion of forgery of government seals. He was released on $1,000 bail this morning.
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December 7, 1995 | MIMI KO CRUZ
Councilman Chris Norby, who lost a bid for an Assembly seat five months ago, has been chosen to be the city's mayor for the coming year. Norby, 46, took the reins from Julie Sa, who led the city through a contentious year in which Fullerton repealed a hotly debated utility tax and approved the controversial Highland Avenue underpass project. "It was a tough haul," John Song, a member of the Korean American Assn. of Orange County, told Sa at Tuesday's City Council meeting.
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June 10, 1992 | HELAINE OLEN
City Council members said this week that they will not cut funding for the city's annual Founders Day Parade and Fair or the Fourth of July celebration as part of efforts to trim the city's 1992-93 budget. Community Services Director Susan Hunt said she recommended the cuts because the two events are expected to cost the city about $54,000 in 1993. "They are very enjoyable," Hunt said. "But they are very costly and a way to get at a sizable chunk of money."
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December 20, 1991 | TED JOHNSON
Mayor Don Bankhead said he will challenge Yorba Linda Councilman Henry W. Wedaa for the Orange County cities' spot on the South Coast Air Quality Management District. Wedaa came under fire at a Fullerton City Council meeting Tuesday for his votes on the district's board. Several council members said they were upset with his voting record, contending that it was not in the best interests of cities and business in Orange County. Even so, Bankhead and Councilman Richard C.
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December 9, 1991 | TED JOHNSON
City Council members have chosen Don Bankhead as mayor for the coming year. It will be the first time Bankhead, 59, a retired police captain, will serve as mayor. He succeeds Chris Norby, whose one-year term has expired. Bankhead became known throughout the county in 1990 when he ran for sheriff against Brad Gates. Gates won, but Bankhead earned 45% of the vote in a campaign that started late and had few funds. He was elected to the Fullerton City Council in 1988.
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July 6, 1986 | Lorena Oropeza
City Councilman Richard C. Ackerman has been appointed to the Southern California Hazardous Waste Management Authority. The authority is concerned with choosing sites for the disposal of waste. It was created by the Southern California Assn. of Governments about six months ago, Ackerman said, after a similar committee showed some progress. "We got a gentleman's agreement that each county will take care of its own waste, instead of dumping it in some other county," Ackerman said.
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August 5, 1987
Edward D. Paul, executive vice president of Great American Health Nutrition Inc., has been named chairman of the Fullerton Constitution Bicentennial Commission by the City Council, officials said. Roy T. Kobayashi, an electrical technician at Rockwell International, was named commission vice chairman. The panel was created at the request of Mayor Richard C. Ackerman to plan observances of the 200th anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution. Fullerton's observance will begin Sept.
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April 15, 1985 | ROXANA KOPETMAN \f7
Residents living near Cal State Fullerton's fraternity row will be required to have a permit to park in the neighborhood if the City Council gives final approval to a proposed parking ordinance Tuesday. Residents hope the move will rid the area of unwanted visitors and cars. The ordinance would allow each resident one permit for each registered car and five guest permits to a home. For special occasions such as parties, residents could request one-day passes.
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