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October 27, 1992
Mayor Richard Partin was admitted to Los Alamitos Medical Center Monday for tests after complaining of chest pains. Partin, who was appointed mayor by the council in November, experienced the pains after waking up Monday morning. A city spokesperson said he was resting comfortably at the hospital.
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November 27, 1993 | MIMI KO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Richard Partin has been named the city's mayor for the third time in his 10-year career on the City Council. The council voted unanimously for Partin and elected Councilwoman Joyce C. Nicholson as the new mayor pro tem on a 4-1 vote earlier this week. Partin, 55, first held the top position in 1984 and again in 1991. He also served as a planning commissioner from 1976 until the city eliminated the commission as a cost-cutting measure in 1979. Councilman Walter K.
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October 28, 1992 | LYNDA NATALI
Mayor Richard Partin was listed in stable condition Tuesday at Los Alamitos Medical Center, where he was admitted Monday morning after complaining of chest pains. Since then, Partin, an engineer, has undergone a battery of tests to determine the cause of the pain. However, a heart attack has been ruled out at this time, said Lillian Haina, executive coordinator/deputy city clerk. Partin, 54, a longtime member of the Cypress political community, won election to the council in 1990.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 28, 1992 | LYNDA NATALI
Mayor Richard Partin was listed in stable condition Tuesday at Los Alamitos Medical Center, where he was admitted Monday morning after complaining of chest pains. Since then, Partin, an engineer, has undergone a battery of tests to determine the cause of the pain. However, a heart attack has been ruled out at this time, said Lillian Haina, executive coordinator/deputy city clerk. Partin, 54, a longtime member of the Cypress political community, won election to the council in 1990.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 29, 1991
The City Council this week elected Councilman Richard Partin by a narrow margin as the city's new mayor. Partin, who was mayor pro tem, was chosen over Councilwoman Gail H. Kerry by a 3-2 vote. Councilwoman Cecilia L. Age, now in the third year of her first term, was chosen by the same margin to serve as mayor pro tem. Councilwoman Joyce C. Nicholson and Kerry cast the dissenting votes.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 27, 1993 | MIMI KO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Richard Partin has been named the city's mayor for the third time in his 10-year career on the City Council. The council voted unanimously for Partin and elected Councilwoman Joyce C. Nicholson as the new mayor pro tem on a 4-1 vote earlier this week. Partin, 55, first held the top position in 1984 and again in 1991. He also served as a planning commissioner from 1976 until the city eliminated the commission as a cost-cutting measure in 1979. Councilman Walter K.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 28, 1991
Jeff LeTourneau of the Orange County Visibility League does not speak for anyone but himself when accepting the flimsy excuses of Cypress Mayor Pro Tem Richard Partin ("Partin Apologizes for Remark on Gays," April 17). When a person makes statements as hateful as Partin has, they mean them. No amount of crocodile tears can hide the fact that a sizable part of his constituency has been hurt and is clearly not represented through his "leadership." Partin's apology is self-serving; he doesn't want to lose his job. Form letters don't fool anybody.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 1, 1992 | LYNDA NATALI
The City Council this week supported a resolution urging President Bush to crack down on illegal immigration and drugs coming into Southern California. Mayor Richard Partin requested that the council consider the resolution drafted by the West Orange County Mayor's Group, which includes the mayors of Cypress, Garden Grove, Los Alamitos, Stanton, Fountain Valley, Huntington Beach, Seal Beach and Westminster.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 13, 1994
David D. Garber, a city resident who was killed in the crash of a USAir jet near Pittsburgh, Pa., on Sept. 6, was remembered during a brief ceremony that opened Monday's City Council meeting. In a solemn opening to the meeting, Mayor Richard Partin praised Garber, a two-term member of the city Traffic Commission, for his service to the city, and said residents mourned his loss. Garber was one of 132 people who perished when the aircraft suddenly plummeted to earth a few miles from the airport.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 14, 1990
Walter Bowman was chosen as mayor this week, beating out fellow council member Gail H. Kerry for the position. Bowman, a real-estate agent, was nominated by former Mayor Cecilia L. Age. Casting votes in his favor were Age and newly elected Councilman Richard Partin. Bowman received three votes, including his own. "I plan on representing all of the interests in the community," said Bowman, who narrowly regained his council seat in November.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 27, 1992
Mayor Richard Partin was admitted to Los Alamitos Medical Center Monday for tests after complaining of chest pains. Partin, who was appointed mayor by the council in November, experienced the pains after waking up Monday morning. A city spokesperson said he was resting comfortably at the hospital.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 29, 1991
The City Council this week elected Councilman Richard Partin by a narrow margin as the city's new mayor. Partin, who was mayor pro tem, was chosen over Councilwoman Gail H. Kerry by a 3-2 vote. Councilwoman Cecilia L. Age, now in the third year of her first term, was chosen by the same margin to serve as mayor pro tem. Councilwoman Joyce C. Nicholson and Kerry cast the dissenting votes.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 22, 1994 | BILL BILLITER
An organization that successfully battled a proposed card club in the city in 1993 is endorsing two candidates in the Nov. 8 City Council election. Cypress Citizens Against Card Clubs announced it is backing Mary Ann Jones, a businesswoman, and Tom Carroll, a small business owner and retired business executive, for two of the three seats to be filled. Jones and Carroll are founding members of Cypress Citizens Against Card Clubs.
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October 17, 1994 | BILL BILLITER
If Congress passes a law aimed at cities, it should also pay the bill. That's the message the City Council is sending to California's members of Congress. The council unanimously voted last week to join other cities throughout the nation in attacking "unfunded mandates." Such mandates are federal laws or regulations that require spending by cities but are not reimbursed by the federal government.
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