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January 6, 1988 | KEVIN RODERICK, Times Staff Writer
Acting quickly to quell a fresh environmental controversy for Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley, Deputy Mayor Mike Gage said Tuesday that a leading critic of the city's sewage dumping in Santa Monica Bay will be appointed to a vacancy on the Environmental Quality Board.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 6, 1988 | KEVIN RODERICK, Times Staff Writer
Acting quickly to quell a fresh environmental controversy for Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley, Deputy Mayor Mike Gage said Tuesday that a leading critic of the city's sewage dumping in Santa Monica Bay will be appointed to a vacancy on the Environmental Quality Board.
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February 3, 1989
Jeff Fisher, a Philadelphia Eagles assistant coach for the past 3 seasons, has been elevated to defensive coordinator by Coach Buddy Ryan, Fisher's attorney, Rob Glushon, announced Thursday. Fisher, 30, becomes the youngest defensive coordinator in the NFL. He joined the Eagle staff in 1986 as a defensive secondary coach. Fisher, who attended Taft High and USC, played 6 seasons as a defensive back for Chicago and retired after the Bears won the Super Bowl in 1986.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 22, 2000 | ANNETTE KONDO
Mayor Richard Riordan on Friday announced Rob Glushon as a nominee to the board of Neighborhood Commissioners. Glushon most recently served as an elected charter reform commissioner. An Encino resident, Glushon is a partner in the Century City law firm of Richman, Luna, Kichaven & Glushon. Glushon has also served as a field deputy to former City Councilman Marvin Braude. His appointment, which needs council confirmation, is for a term ending June 30, 2004.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 25, 1991
The letter by Janice Rubenstein criticizing Rep. Anthony C. Beilenson (D-Los Angeles) for supporting the acquisition of open space in the Santa Monica Mountains certainly does not reflect the views of most residents of Encino and other adjacent communities. When developers bulldoze our mountains and recreational areas, all of us suffer the consequences. Although the current budgetary crisis will result in less money being available for park purposes, it would be foolish to abandon all efforts to preserve the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 29, 1996 | TIMOTHY WILLIAMS
Two San Fernando Valley residents were appointed to county commissions and a third was reappointed, Los Angeles County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky announced. Yaroslavsky appointed Barbara Perkins of Sylmar and reappointed Sandra Klasky of Northridge to the Los Angeles County Commission for Women. Perkins, who is completing work on a master's degree in human development, is a member of the NAACP and the Valley Leadership Institute.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 2, 1997
Proposition 8, a measure backed by Mayor Richard Riordan, asks voters to create an elected 15-member panel to overhaul the 72-year-old charter that many believe is outdated and cumbersome.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 5, 1988
A longtime supporter of Mayor Tom Bradley on Monday resigned from the city's environmental watchdog agency, chiding the mayor for his "overall lack of vision and leadership" on environmental issues.
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February 23, 1990 | GREG BRAXTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An associate Los Angeles zoning administrator said Thursday he will hold a special hearing next month to listen to the concerns of Encino homeowners angered over his approval of an underground parking garage for a new motel. The administrator, William E. Lillenberg, said he would meet with homeowners March 21 to determine if their objections would have changed his mind in granting a conditional-use permit for the project.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 3, 1990
Councilman Zev Yaroslavsky is to be commended for criticizing the delays in adopting restrictions on future development along Ventura Boulevard. Over the past four years homeowners and developers have worked with city planning staff to propose reasonable limits on density, additional parking and transportation requirements and measures to protect residential areas from commercial encroachment. Whatever justification for the delays, the fact is that Ventura Boulevard landowners and developers are quickly getting projects through the door so that they do not have to meet the new requirements.
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