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October 25, 1992 | RENE LYNCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The pre-election mudslinging infecting political campaigns at all levels is noticeably absent in the races for two Orange County Municipal Court seats, where four candidates are making a point of being polite to the competition. The three attorneys and one incumbent judge running for the seats have refused to criticize their opponents. Instead, they are trying to focus attention on their backgrounds and experience--and their opponents' lack of both. "I don't trash people.
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October 25, 1992 | RENE LYNCH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The pre-election mudslinging infecting political campaigns at all levels is noticeably absent in the races for two Orange County Municipal Court seats, where four candidates are making a point of being polite to the competition. The three attorneys and one incumbent judge running for the seats have refused to criticize their opponents. Instead, they are trying to focus attention on their backgrounds and experience--and their opponents' lack of both. "I don't trash people.
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August 8, 2003 | From Times Staff Reports
Gov. Gray Davis made four appointments Thursday to the county Superior Court: federal prosecutor David A. Hoffer, civil litigator Linda S. Marks, family-law specialist Mark Millard and Superior Court Commissioner Salvador Sarmiento. Hoffer, 39, of Irvine, is the deputy chief of the U.S. attorney's office in Santa Ana. Marks, 45, is a personal-injury litigator in Irvine. Millard, 65, of Newport Beach, is a family-law specialist.
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November 14, 1985 | Andy Rose
After city officials testified that no further demolition is scheduled before a Nov. 26 hearing, a Superior Court judge denied a request by a citizens' group for a temporary restraining order barring further development of 194 luxury downtown condominiums. The Alliance for Fair Redevelopment in Santa Ana, a coalition of businessmen and residents, sued the city and the developer, Urban Ventures Inc.
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March 17, 1986 | Josh Getlin
The Orange County Human Relations Commission will make awards Saturday to 19 men and women whose contributions to human rights activities in Orange County have been noteworthy. The recipients include the late Alex Odeh, a Southern California Arab-American leader who was killed in a bomb blast last year in Santa Ana. The 1986 honorees will be saluted at a special awards banquet, marking the commission's 15th anniversary at the Brookhurst Community Center at 2271 W. Crescent Ave. in Anaheim.
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April 3, 1992 | MARY HELEN BERG
The Orange Political Action Committee will host a forum at 4 p.m. Saturday in the Main Library for two candidates the group is backing on the June 2 ballot. Donna L. Crandall, deputy district attorney and resident of Santa Ana, is a candidate for judge for Central Orange County Municipal Court, seat 9. The nonpartisan office represents constituents in Santa Ana, Orange, Tustin, Villa Park and nearby county islands. The three other candidates for the seat--Michael J.
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March 10, 1987 | John Spano \f7
Street vendors won a temporary victory Monday when a judge prohibited the city from enforcing an ordinance restricting their operations. The temporary restraining order bars city officials from ticketing produce and ice cream vendors who play recorded music to attract customers. A group of 17 family businesses, called Union de Comerciantes Latinos del Sur de California, say the city is trying to regulate them out of business.
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August 10, 1995 | ALAN EYERLY
Allegations in a lawsuit challenging the city's new ban on street parking are unfounded, City Atty. Jack L. White said this week, maintaining that the ordinance is not aimed at any group except scofflaws. The ban, which took effect this summer, is designed to reduce crime, White said, "and it's doing a good job of that."
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September 1, 1995 | JEFF BEAN
A Superior Court judge on Thursday granted a temporary restraining order prohibiting the city from enforcing its street-vendor ordinance. The owners of five street-vending businesses sued the city Tuesday, claiming the ordinance regulating the mobile businesses violates their constitutional rights. The suit also claims that the ordinance includes sections that should come under the state jurisdiction in the state vehicle, health and safety codes. A court hearing has been set for Sept. 29.
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December 3, 1985 | Andy Rose
A Superior Court judge will decide by Wednesday whether to continue to prevent demolition of downtown buildings earmarked for a 194-unit condominium project. Attorney Fran Layton, representing Heritage Orange County, which argues that the buildings should be preserved, told Judge Judith Ryan at a hearing Monday that the group did not receive notices of hearings on the condominium project held last July.
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November 5, 1986 | ROXANA KOPETMAN, Times Staff Writer
Street vendors who hawk ice cream and produce in Anaheim won concessions, including permission to play music at sales stops, Tuesday from the City Council, which is working on a new law to regulate them. But Salvador Sarmiento, an attorney who represents the vendors, said that the compromises are insufficient and that vendors are displeased.
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