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March 21, 2001 | JASON SONG
A telephone company technician was appointed Tuesday to fill a vacant seat on the Fountain Valley City Council. Samuel Lew will serve out the term of former Councilman Chuck Conlosh, who had missed several meetings for personal reasons. Lew, 47, an employee with Pacific Bell, was selected from a field of 11 candidates after four council votes. Lew, who previously served on the city's Housing and Community Development Advisory Board, won the appointment on the final vote of 3 to 1.
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March 21, 2001 | JASON SONG
A telephone company technician was appointed Tuesday to fill a vacant seat on the Fountain Valley City Council. Samuel Lew will serve out the term of former Councilman Chuck Conlosh, who had missed several meetings for personal reasons. Lew, 47, an employee with Pacific Bell, was selected from a field of 11 candidates after four council votes. Lew, who previously served on the city's Housing and Community Development Advisory Board, won the appointment on the final vote of 3 to 1.
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May 23, 1997
The Huntington Beach Administrators Assn. has honored community members who volunteer to help local high school students. Twelve people were cited at the eighth annual awards ceremony and given plaques. They are: William Brown, Huntington Beach Union High School District Adult School; Joe Macpherson, district central office; Harry Meyer, Valley Vista High; Carol Champan, Edison High; Joanne and Samuel Lew, Fountain Valley High; Larry and Shammi Dingus, Huntington Beach High; Robert L.
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March 15, 1999 | Lisa Chiu, (714) 965-7172
The City Council voted March 2 to fill more than two dozen open seats and alternate seats on five advisory boards. Among those appointed: Cheryl Brothers, Jim Fourier and Walter Hammond to the Planning Commission; Thomas Leeman, Ruth Rosewitz, Douglas Henry, Samuel Lew and Gwen Bushnell to the Housing and Community Development Advisory Board; Clarence Alvey Jr.
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November 4, 2004
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