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November 26, 1999 | MARIA ELENA FERNANDEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Robert Barbot leads the way he lives. Puerto Rican-born and California-bred, Barbot has spent his life reaping the cultural benefits of his Latino and white worlds. Bilingual and bicultural, Barbot is the product of a hard-working family that lived in an East Los Angeles housing project until his parents could afford middle-class suburban living.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 26, 1999 | MARIA ELENA FERNANDEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Robert Barbot leads the way he lives. Puerto Rican-born and California-bred, Barbot has spent his life reaping the cultural benefits of his Latino and white worlds. Bilingual and bicultural, Barbot is the product of a hard-working family that lived in an East Los Angeles housing project until his parents could afford middle-class suburban living.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 15, 2000 | Danette Goulet, (949) 574-4221
Barbara Harrington became the seventh principal to leave the district this year, adding Adams Elementary in Costa Mesa to the list of six Newport-Mesa schools lacking top administrators. Harrington announced her resignation Friday. The Newport-Mesa Unified School District advertised openings for principals at elementary and middle schools in professional journals this week, Supt. Robert Barbot said. The application deadline is Aug. 28.
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September 9, 1999 | Jessica Garrison, (949) 574-4221
Less than 48 hours before classes begin, school board members Tuesday night unanimously approved a $120-million balanced budget for the 1999-2000 school year. Though the district is expected to bring in $118.6 million next year while spending $120 million, Mike Fine, assistant superintendent for business services, assured board members that the budget contains no deficit. "You are absolutely in the black," he said. Last spring, after revealing that the district faced a $4.
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August 6, 1999 | Jessica Garrison, (949) 574-4221
A special panel formed to address the Newport-Mesa Unified School District's crumbling classrooms, leaky pipes and cracked roof this week continued to grapple with how to pay for the expensive repairs. Members of the school district's facilities advisory committee, a group of local business and community leaders convened by Supt. Robert Barbot, said they are nowhere near making such a decision yet.
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