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May 6, 1993 | JEFF MEYERS
A day after pleading no contest to five counts of grand theft and tax fraud in Municipal Court, Robert G. Viles resigned as vice president of the Ventura County Board of Education, Supt. James F. Cowan said Wednesday. Viles, 58, has admitted stealing more than $100,000 in the early 1990s when he was president of Frank B. Hall & Co., an insurance brokerage house in Oxnard that has since closed.
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May 6, 1993 | JEFF MEYERS
A day after pleading no contest to five counts of grand theft and tax fraud in Municipal Court, Robert G. Viles resigned as vice president of the Ventura County Board of Education, Supt. James F. Cowan said Wednesday. Viles, 58, has admitted stealing more than $100,000 in the early 1990s when he was president of Frank B. Hall & Co., an insurance brokerage house in Oxnard that has since closed.
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May 5, 1993 | JEFF McDONALD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A longtime trustee of the Ventura County Board of Education pleaded no contest to five counts of grand theft and tax fraud in Municipal Court, prosecutors said Tuesday. Robert G. Viles, 58, who ran an Oxnard insurance office, admitted stealing more than $48,000 of his clients' money between February, 1989, and December, 1990, and is expected to resign his elected position on the school board at a meeting today with the superintendent. Viles, the former vice president of Frank B. Hall & Co.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 5, 1993 | JEFF McDONALD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A longtime trustee of the Ventura County Board of Education pleaded no contest to five counts of grand theft and tax fraud in Municipal Court, prosecutors said Tuesday. Robert G. Viles, 58, who ran an Oxnard insurance office, admitted stealing more than $48,000 of his clients' money between February, 1989, and December, 1990, and is expected to resign his elected position on the school board at a meeting today with the superintendent. Viles, the former vice president of Frank B. Hall & Co.
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May 9, 1993 | JEFF MEYERS
The Ventura County Board of Education will hold a special meeting Monday to decide how to replace Trustee Robert G. Viles, who resigned this week after pleading no contest to five counts of grand theft and tax fraud in a criminal case unrelated to his position as vice president of the board. Viles, 58, had been an elected board member since July, 1973. He represented Area 1, which includes parts of Oxnard and Ventura, and had 18 months left in his term.
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May 11, 1993 | JEFF MEYERS
The Ventura County Board of Education is taking applications beginning today to fill the trustee post vacated by Robert G. Viles, who resigned last week. Viles, 58, pleaded no contest to five counts of grand theft and tax fraud in a criminal case that was not related to his duties with the board. Voting Monday night in a special meeting at the Camarillo Airport Conference Center, the board unanimously decided to appoint a provisional trustee instead of spending $75,000 for a special election.
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June 10, 1993 | BARBARA MURPHY
A longtime trustee of the Ventura County Board of Education was ordered Wednesday to do 800 hours community service and give up his insurance license as his sentence for stealing more than $48,000 of his clients' money. Superior Court Judge Lawrence Storch placed Robert G. Viles, 58, on probation, but he agreed to strike a jail sentence only in exchange for the defendant giving up his right to sell insurance.
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November 6, 1985
School Boards (Inc.) designates elected or appointed incumbents. (W) indicates that candidate withdrew, but the name remains on the ballot. Bold type designates winners. Countywide Board One vacancy--Area No. 1 69 of 69 precincts Vote % Robert G. Viles (Inc.) 5,756 45.2 Charles Adelseck 4,356 34.2 David Richey 2,621 20.6 Community College Countywide District One vacancy--Area No. 1 69 of 69 precincts Vote % Fernando Elizondo (Inc.) 6,751 52.0 Michael Sullivan 5,653 43.
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August 12, 1989 | STEPHANIE CHAVEZ and LESLIE BERGER, Times Staff Writers
Candidates who want the voters to put them in charge of solving local problems, from overcrowded schools to zoning disputes, filed declarations Friday that they will be candidates in November elections throughout northern Los Angeles and eastern Ventura counties. In the Santa Clarita and Antelope valleys, among the fastest-growing regions in the state, dozens of candidates will compete for seats in 20 school board and community college districts.
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November 7, 1985
(Inc.) designates elected or appointed incumbents. (W) indicates that candidate withdrew, but the name remains on the ballot. Bold type designates winners. Las Virgenes Unified Three vacancies 22 of 22 precincts Vote % Betty Noling (Inc.) 2,920 23.0 Barbara Bowman 2,643 20.8 Ronald R. Jauch (Inc.) 2,450 19.3 Bill James 1,901 15.0 Roni Melago 1,601 12.6 Amy Berns 1,191 9.4 Newhall Elementary Three vacancies 11 of 11 precincts Vote % Howard L. Hill (Inc.) 849 28.3 Charles E.
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