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September 26, 1995 | CHRISTINA LIMA
A group of Santa Paula residents will hold a rummage sale Oct. 7 to raise funds to clean up graffiti throughout the city. Group Against Graffiti, a nonprofit organization made up of eight volunteers, is asking residents to donate household items and other goods for the sale. Donations can be left at 123 N. 10th St. Profits from the rummage sale will be used to pay for a telephone hot line and for a person to paint over graffiti. The city of Santa Paula will match every dollar up to $7,500 raised during the sale, said Robin Sullivan, a volunteer with the group.
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October 9, 2000 | DARYL KELLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A month before election, Assembly candidate Robin Sullivan has her work cut out for her. The Republican challenger to Assemblywoman Hannah-Beth Jackson (D-Santa Barbara) trails badly in fund-raising and in voter polls. Her campaign, in fact, is $57,000 in the hole, it reported last week. Now party insiders say that big money expected from Republican Assembly leaders may not materialize unless polls show Sullivan's position improving over the next two weeks.
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October 9, 2000 | DARYL KELLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A month before election, Assembly candidate Robin Sullivan has her work cut out for her. The Republican challenger to Assemblywoman Hannah-Beth Jackson (D-Santa Barbara) trails badly in fund-raising and in voter polls. Her campaign, in fact, is $57,000 in the hole, it reported last week. Now party insiders say that big money expected from Republican Assembly leaders may not materialize unless polls show Sullivan's position improving over the next two weeks.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 26, 1995 | CHRISTINA LIMA
A group of Santa Paula residents will hold a rummage sale Oct. 7 to raise funds to clean up graffiti throughout the city. Group Against Graffiti, a nonprofit organization made up of eight volunteers, is asking residents to donate household items and other goods for the sale. Donations can be left at 123 N. 10th St. Profits from the rummage sale will be used to pay for a telephone hot line and for a person to paint over graffiti. The city of Santa Paula will match every dollar up to $7,500 raised during the sale, said Robin Sullivan, a volunteer with the group.
REAL ESTATE
March 23, 1986
Nancy Reilly, manager of Mitchell Escrow in Simi Valley, has been installed as president of the Ventura County Escrow Assn., succeeding David Shean. Other new officers include Robin Sullivan, Ticor Title, president-elect; Maggie Vesely, Safeco Title, vice president/CEA director; Mary Paterson, Brown Realtors, treasurer, and Diane Van Gieson, Coronado Escrow, secretary. Shean will serve as a senior director and third vice president of the California Escrow Assn.
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December 8, 1993 | SCOTT HADLY
Santa Paula's City Council selected Councilman Wayne Johnson to serve as the city's new mayor in a 3-2 vote. Johnson, 52, on stress disability leave from an insurance-selling job, is succeeding Mayor Margaret Ely for the one-year post. Council members Al Urias and John Melton voted against the Johnson nomination Monday night. Urias had nominated Melton for the post but was unable to garner additional support.
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December 10, 1999 | MARGARET TALEV
State Assembly candidate Chris Mitchum has decided to drop his bid to unseat Assemblywoman Hannah-Beth Jackson (D-Santa Barbara) in next year's election. In a statement released Thursday, Mitchum, a Santa Barbara Republican and son of the late movie star Robert Mitchum, cited a desire to spend time with his young adult children and to campaign on behalf of an unspecified presidential candidate.
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September 21, 2000 | MATT SURMAN
A candidates forum featuring Assemblywoman Hannah-Beth Jackson and her two main competitors for the seat representing the 35th District is set for tonight at Four Points Sheraton in Ventura. Challengers Robin Sullivan and Eric Dahl will face off against Jackson, a Santa Barbara Democrat, at the 6:30 p.m. forum sponsored by the Ventura Chamber of Commerce. Each candidate will receive two minutes for opening remarks. They will then answer questions from the moderator and from each other.
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June 23, 1993
Santa Paula Results from City Council votes Monday: Museum Lease Should the Santa Paula Redevelopment Agency sign a 15-year agreement with the Unocal Corp. to lease the Unocal Oil Museum for $1 a year and operate the museum as a nonprofit visitor attraction? Result: Approved, 4-0 The Vote Alfonsa C. Urias: Yes John A. F. Melton: Absent Robin S. Sullivan: Yes Margaret A. Ely: Yes Wayne D. Johnson: Yes
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October 8, 1993
What's a community without a public library? I grew up going to the library. When I was in school I did my homework and socialized with my friends at the library. The library was always a wholesome, educational and safe place to be. But besides the obvious reasons, why is our public library so important to the community of Santa Paula? It's quite simple: Our economic future may depend on it. How many business leaders spent countless hours "at the library" when they were young?
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