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November 12, 1992 | DAVID REYES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Councilman Richards L. Norton, whose lawsuit against the city for shutting down his weekend swap meet was thrown out by a judge last month, was ordered to pay more than $30,000 in back fees plus interest to the city. The ruling by Selim S. Franklin, assigned judge of the Superior Court, stems from Norton's lawsuit filed in 1987, before he won election to the City Council. At the time, Norton was swap meet operator for weekend swap meets at Santa Ana Stadium.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 16, 1993 | ALICIA DI RADO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Former City Council member Patricia McGuigan was chosen Monday to replace Councilman Richards L. Norton, who recently resigned because of health problems. McGuigan was chosen by a 5-1 vote from eight applicants who gave short speeches before the council Monday afternoon. McGuigan, 59, was elected to the council in 1981 and served several terms until 1992, including a stint as vice-mayor.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 16, 1993 | ALICIA DI RADO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Former City Council member Patricia McGuigan was chosen Monday to replace Councilman Richards L. Norton, who recently resigned because of health problems. McGuigan was chosen by a 5-1 vote from eight applicants who gave short speeches before the council Monday afternoon. McGuigan, 59, was elected to the council in 1981 and served several terms until 1992, including a stint as vice-mayor.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 12, 1992 | DAVID REYES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Councilman Richards L. Norton, whose lawsuit against the city for shutting down his weekend swap meet was thrown out by a judge last month, was ordered to pay more than $30,000 in back fees plus interest to the city. The ruling by Selim S. Franklin, assigned judge of the Superior Court, stems from Norton's lawsuit filed in 1987, before he won election to the City Council. At the time, Norton was swap meet operator for weekend swap meets at Santa Ana Stadium.
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April 20, 1993 | JON NALICK, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Before an overflow crowd of more than 350 people, the City Council voted 5 to 2 Monday to award a controversial trash-hauling contract worth an estimated $100 million to the city's longtime hauler, Great Western Reclamation. Although the city this winter put the trash contract out to bid for the first time in 30 years, Great Western ultimately offered the city the best terms, according to a city staff report. "We put this contract out to bid and my hat's off to the process," Councilman Miguel A.
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October 15, 1988 | BOB SCHWARTZ, Times Staff Writer
Santa Ana police officers won a court order Friday blocking City Councilman Daniel E. Griset from releasing their home addresses after he sent a letter to their homes critical of the officers' endorsement of one of his opponents. Sgt. Donald Blankenship, president of the Santa Ana Police Benevolent Assn., hailed Orange County Superior Court Commissioner Eleanor M. Palk's issuance of a temporary restraining order as a victory that would help secure "the health and safety of the officers."
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October 18, 1989 | LILY ENG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A 35-year-old homeless city employee has told the Legal Aid Society of Orange County that he was beaten by a Santa Ana policeman late Monday night at the city's Civic Center as four other officers looked on, legal aid officials said Tuesday. The man, who identified himself Tuesday only as Larry, has sought help from the Legal Aid Society, which plans to ask the Santa Ana city attorney to investigate.
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