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February 13, 1997
Maverick La Puente Councilwoman Sally Fallon is scheduled to tape two cable access television shows today with other outspoken elected officials from throughout the Los Angeles area. Sponsored by the nonprofit group Citizens Protection Alliance, "Full Disclosure: The News Behind the News" airs on 32 cable systems throughout Southern California and highlights local civic issues, said Leslie Dutton, host and producer of the show, which is taped in Eagle Rock.
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February 16, 1997 | MAYRAV SAAR, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Cable TV host Leslie Dutton reassured Hawthorne Councilwoman Ginny Lambert that she need not be embarrassed about having to sit on a phone book. "When Gloria Allred was on the show, we had to bring out a whole stack of books" to pile on the attorney's chair, Dutton said. "She is really tiny." By serving on the panel for "Full Disclosure: The News Behind the News," Duttons' guests--four ostracized politicians--joined the distinguished company of outspoken women throughout L.A.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 16, 1997 | MAYRAV SAAR, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Cable TV host Leslie Dutton reassured Hawthorne Councilwoman Ginny Lambert that she need not be embarrassed about having to sit on a phone book. "When Gloria Allred was on the show, we had to bring out a whole stack of books" to pile on the attorney's chair, Dutton said. "She is really tiny." By serving on the panel for "Full Disclosure: The News Behind the News," Duttons' guests--four ostracized politicians--joined the distinguished company of outspoken women throughout L.A.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 14, 1997 | MAYRAV SAAR, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Cable television host Leslie Dutton reassured Hawthorne Councilwoman Ginny Lambert that she need not be the slightest bit embarrassed about having to sit on a phone book. "When Gloria Allred was on the show, we had to bring out a whole stack of books" to pile on the attorney's chair, Dutton said. "She is really tiny."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 14, 1997 | MAYRAV SAAR, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Cable television host Leslie Dutton reassured Hawthorne Councilwoman Ginny Lambert that she need not be the slightest bit embarrassed about having to sit on a phone book. "When Gloria Allred was on the show, we had to bring out a whole stack of books" to pile on the attorney's chair, Dutton said. "She is really tiny."
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September 1, 1994 | TALLY GOLDSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A recent La Puente City Council meeting ran in dignified fashion--if you compare it with a food fight fueled by eighth- graders armed with mashed potatoes. As the council discussed such issues as extending elected officials' terms and regulating home businesses, novice Councilwoman Sally Holguin-Fallon continually interrupted. "But Mr. Mayor," she would say, often speaking out of turn and ignoring the rules of procedure.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 29, 1998
The City Council agreed Wednesday to negotiate with the local TV cable company to televise meetings and other city events. Council members will negotiate coverage of council meetings in their contract talks with TCI Cablevision. The firm's contract expires later this year. "The people should be able to watch the council from their homes," Councilwoman Sally Holguin Fallon said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 4, 1995
Petitions to recall three La Puente councilmen have been rejected by the city clerk for a second time. Meanwhile, the city clerk has approved a separate recall petition against Councilwoman Sally Holguin-Fallon. City Clerk Linda K. Groves has informed Skunk Busters for Better Government that the wording on their petitions do not meet state requirements. The group wants to recall Councilmen Joe V. Alderete , Louis Perez and Edward L. Chavez.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 22, 1995
A La Puente citizens group is leading a recall against three council members they say misspent public funds on expensive meals, drained the city of reserves and mistreated the council's only female member, Sally Holguin-Fallon. The recall group calls itself Skunk Busters for Better Government. The targets of the recall say there is another motive: a potbellied pig. Recall supporters were livid when the council refused a resident's request to keep a pig as a pet.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 23, 1999
A state political watchdog agency is conducting an investigation of a 1997 campaign mailer that accused a City Council candidate of being involved in a scandal. An investigator from the state Fair Political Practices Commission recently visited La Puente City Hall to examine city files related to the mailer, officials said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 13, 1997
Maverick La Puente Councilwoman Sally Fallon is scheduled to tape two cable access television shows today with other outspoken elected officials from throughout the Los Angeles area. Sponsored by the nonprofit group Citizens Protection Alliance, "Full Disclosure: The News Behind the News" airs on 32 cable systems throughout Southern California and highlights local civic issues, said Leslie Dutton, host and producer of the show, which is taped in Eagle Rock.
NEWS
September 1, 1994 | TALLY GOLDSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A recent La Puente City Council meeting ran in dignified fashion--if you compare it with a food fight fueled by eighth- graders armed with mashed potatoes. As the council discussed such issues as extending elected officials' terms and regulating home businesses, novice Councilwoman Sally Holguin-Fallon continually interrupted. "But Mr. Mayor," she would say, often speaking out of turn and ignoring the rules of procedure.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 12, 1998
The City Council has split over efforts to censure Mayor Edward Rodarte for having a city employee review a brochure for his business. The council deadlocked 2-2 on Tuesday, with Rodarte abstaining. The censure motion comes after a law firm council hired concluded in a report that Rodarte had asked a city employee to review the grammar of a brochure for his company.
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