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May 6, 2000 | RICHARD WINTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Monrovia Mayor Robert T. Bartlett, who recently pleaded not guilty to charges of beating his pregnant girlfriend, has been accused of domestic abuse before, court papers show. Monica Godfrey, 35, his girlfriend and the mother of their 4-year-old son, made similar allegations last August when she won a restraining order in San Bernardino Superior Court, records show.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 6, 2000 | RICHARD WINTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Monrovia Mayor Robert T. Bartlett, who recently pleaded not guilty to charges of beating his pregnant girlfriend, has been accused of domestic abuse before, court papers show. Monica Godfrey, 35, his girlfriend and the mother of their 4-year-old son, made similar allegations last August when she won a restraining order in San Bernardino Superior Court, records show.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 2, 2000 | RICHARD WINTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Monrovia Mayor Robert T. Bartlett--one of the San Gabriel Valley's more prominent public officials, who is often referred to as "Mr. Monrovia" by his constituents--is facing felony charges relating to a fight with his girlfriend, police officials say. The mayor was arrested last month and has been charged with making terrorist threats, battery of a cohabitant and false imprisonment.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 2, 2000 | RICHARD WINTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Monrovia Mayor Robert T. Bartlett--one of the San Gabriel Valley's more prominent public officials, who is often referred to as "Mr. Monrovia" by his constituents--is facing felony charges relating to a fight with his girlfriend, police officials say. The mayor was arrested last month and has been charged with making terrorist threats, battery of a cohabitant and false imprisonment.
NEWS
January 13, 1994
Mayor Robert T. Bartlett, president of the League of California Cities, this week praised Gov. Pete Wilson's proposed 1994-95 state budget for taking no additional revenues from cities. "Pete Wilson understands the cities can tolerate no further loss of revenues to the state, while working to provide the jobs and services to ensure California's recovery," said Bartlett, often an adversary of Wilson.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 8, 1997
Mayor Robert T. Bartlett has been hired by the city of Rialto as its economic and redevelopment director. Bartlett, known as "Mr. Monrovia" around his hometown, starts his new $90,000-a-year job Monday after working for seven years with Viking Freight. He will oversee a $1-million budget for redevelopment and housing in the Inland Empire city.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 3, 1997
Property owners in a Monrovia mail-in election have approved the continuation of annual assessments to raise $135,000 for park maintenance. Mayor Robert T. Bartlett announced late Tuesday that, with all the ballots tallied, property owners favored the levy 56% to 44%. Votes are allotted according to how much property is owned. Big property owners, or those paying a total of $34,471, supported the district's continuation while those paying a total of $27,183 opposed it, city officials said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 27, 2000
A hearing on domestic violence charges against Monrovia Mayor Robert T. Bartlett has been set for June 20. Bartlett, known as "Mr. Monrovia," faces felony charges for allegedly abducting and physically abusing his girlfriend, Monica Godfrey, who was seven months pregnant, before threatening to throw her from a bridge. The mid-April incident allegedly began at a San Bernardino residence.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 27, 1995
The suburban Mecca of Monrovia is living up to its motto: "Gem City of the Foothills." Over the weekend, the city of 38,000 was named one of 10 All-American Cities by the National Civic League. "It's absolutely fabulous," said Mayor Robert T. Bartlett, who was among Monrovia's 36 delegates who packed their bags to attend the finals in Cleveland. "This is confirmation from the rest of the nation we're on the right track in Monrovia and all our efforts are worthwhile."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 20, 1994 | LISA O'NEILL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
All summer, residents of Norumbega Drive in Monrovia watched "Samson" roam the neighborhood, frolicking in their pools and spas, eating avocados from their trees and even hamming it up for video cameras--though they knew enough to keep their distance from the 400-pound California black bear. On Monday, the neighborhood mobilized to plead for a "stay of execution" for their uninvited guest, who finally was captured by state game wardens over the weekend and was scheduled to be euthanized at 6 p.
NEWS
February 20, 1992
More than 150 candidates and nine propositions will appear on municipal ballots in 23 San Gabriel Valley cities on Tuesday, April 14. Following, in alphabetical order by city, are the candidates and their ages and occupations (when provided on their nomination papers) and the ballot measures in 12 of those races. (The Times published the same information for the first 11 cities Sunday, Feb. 16.
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