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November 5, 1991
A Dec. 23 trial date in San Fernando Superior Court has been set for a former public defender charged with distributing cocaine. Kenneth Eugene Settle, 37, of Sylmar is charged with one count of conspiracy to distribute cocaine, eight counts of cocaine sales and a special allegation that he was accompanied by an armed associate, according to Deputy Dist. Atty. Michael J. Grosbard. Judge Howard J.
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July 22, 1998 | TOM SCHULTZ
Following weekend interviews of the remaining candidates for the vacant city administrator position, the City Council determined it needs more time before making its selection. In June, the council narrowed from eight to four the finalists for the job, the city's top nonelective post. After meeting with the remaining applicants Saturday, the council narrowed the field of four to "a couple," said Councilwoman Joanne Baltierrez.
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June 23, 1993 | CARMEN VALENCIA
A lawyer in a Costa Mesa-based law firm has been fired, effective Friday, as city attorney for San Fernando. The council voted 3 to 2 Tuesday to fire Robert S. Bower of the firm Rutan & Tucker. The firm had represented the city for 11 years and had been paid $3,500 a month plus $135 an hour for legal services not covered by the retainer. Mayor Dan Acuna made the surprise announcement after the council emerged from a closed session held shortly before 1 a.m. Tuesday.
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June 1, 1996 | TIM MAY
Five city employees will be honored Wednesday as outstanding public servants at a banquet sponsored by the San Fernando Chamber of Commerce. San Fernando Police Sgt. Ken Belden, Linda Russum of the finance department, Richard Liles of the public works department, Francisco Villalva of the community development department and Virginia Ufano of the recreation and community services department were nominated by department directors for the annual Outstanding City Employee award.
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April 9, 1992 | JULIO MORAN
A San Fernando Superior Court judge Wednesday reduced a felony conviction for assault with a deadly weapon to a misdemeanor, saving a city traffic officer from a prison sentence for striking a North Hollywood man with a large flashlight. Judge John P. Farrell sentenced Mark Angelo Bivens, 30, to 120 days in a work-furlough program after suspending a one-year sentence in county jail.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 22, 1998 | TOM SCHULTZ
Following weekend interviews of the remaining candidates for the vacant city administrator position, the City Council determined it needs more time before making its selection. In June, the council narrowed from eight to four the finalists for the job, the city's top nonelective post. After meeting with the remaining applicants Saturday, the council narrowed the field of four to "a couple," said Councilwoman Joanne Baltierrez.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 1, 1996 | TIM MAY
Five city employees will be honored Wednesday as outstanding public servants at a banquet sponsored by the San Fernando Chamber of Commerce. San Fernando Police Sgt. Ken Belden, Linda Russum of the finance department, Richard Liles of the public works department, Francisco Villalva of the community development department and Virginia Ufano of the recreation and community services department were nominated by department directors for the annual Outstanding City Employee award.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 19, 1994 | TIM MAY
The city of San Fernando fired its legal counsel, Julia Sylva, of the Los Angeles law firm Ochoa & Sillas, during a closed session that occurred after midnight at a City Council meeting. The vote was 3-2 to fire Sylva, who has represented the city on legal matters since July of last year. Council member Doude Wysbeek, who once publicly berated Sylva at a council meeting, said Friday that last week's action was taken because Sylva "wasn't a team player, she just wasn't compatible.
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June 8, 1993 | CARMEN VALENCIA
They do many of the behind-the-scenes tasks that keep a city humming: cite illegal vendors, coordinate senior citizen activities, unclog storm drains and screen phone calls. Four San Fernando city employees who usually take home paychecks for such efforts will be treated Wednesday to a collective pat on the back during the First Annual Recognition Luncheon for outstanding city employees.
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September 11, 1993 | JULIO MORAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Embattled city parks director Jess Margarito filed a complaint Friday with state fair employment officials alleging that city officials launched an investigation of him in retaliation for his support of sexual harassment charges against another city employee.
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March 7, 1995 | TIM MAY
On Ed Montan's birthday, three members of the Las Palmas Senior Club burst into the office where Montan works as director of San Fernando's Department of Recreation and Community Services and presented him with a $100 bill--and a problem. As a city official, Montan could not accept the C-note--no matter how appreciative he was of the gesture.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 19, 1994 | TIM MAY
The city of San Fernando fired its legal counsel, Julia Sylva, of the Los Angeles law firm Ochoa & Sillas, during a closed session that occurred after midnight at a City Council meeting. The vote was 3-2 to fire Sylva, who has represented the city on legal matters since July of last year. Council member Doude Wysbeek, who once publicly berated Sylva at a council meeting, said Friday that last week's action was taken because Sylva "wasn't a team player, she just wasn't compatible.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 11, 1993 | JULIO MORAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Embattled city parks director Jess Margarito filed a complaint Friday with state fair employment officials alleging that city officials launched an investigation of him in retaliation for his support of sexual harassment charges against another city employee.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 23, 1993 | CARMEN VALENCIA
A lawyer in a Costa Mesa-based law firm has been fired, effective Friday, as city attorney for San Fernando. The council voted 3 to 2 Tuesday to fire Robert S. Bower of the firm Rutan & Tucker. The firm had represented the city for 11 years and had been paid $3,500 a month plus $135 an hour for legal services not covered by the retainer. Mayor Dan Acuna made the surprise announcement after the council emerged from a closed session held shortly before 1 a.m. Tuesday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 8, 1993 | CARMEN VALENCIA
They do many of the behind-the-scenes tasks that keep a city humming: cite illegal vendors, coordinate senior citizen activities, unclog storm drains and screen phone calls. Four San Fernando city employees who usually take home paychecks for such efforts will be treated Wednesday to a collective pat on the back during the First Annual Recognition Luncheon for outstanding city employees.
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May 25, 1993 | CARMEN VALENCIA
General-relief recipients who must work for their benefits will in a few months join San Fernando city workers picking up trash and removing graffiti. The city of San Fernando became the latest in a group of public and nonprofit entities to agree to use workers provided under the county's Workfare Program, which requires about 50,000 single adult women and men to work nine hours a month in exchange for monthly benefits of $293.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 7, 1995 | TIM MAY
On Ed Montan's birthday, three members of the Las Palmas Senior Club burst into the office where Montan works as director of San Fernando's Department of Recreation and Community Services and presented him with a $100 bill--and a problem. As a city official, Montan could not accept the C-note--no matter how appreciative he was of the gesture.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 25, 1993 | CARMEN VALENCIA
General-relief recipients who must work for their benefits will in a few months join San Fernando city workers picking up trash and removing graffiti. The city of San Fernando became the latest in a group of public and nonprofit entities to agree to use workers provided under the county's Workfare Program, which requires about 50,000 single adult women and men to work nine hours a month in exchange for monthly benefits of $293.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 9, 1992 | JULIO MORAN
A San Fernando Superior Court judge Wednesday reduced a felony conviction for assault with a deadly weapon to a misdemeanor, saving a city traffic officer from a prison sentence for striking a North Hollywood man with a large flashlight. Judge John P. Farrell sentenced Mark Angelo Bivens, 30, to 120 days in a work-furlough program after suspending a one-year sentence in county jail.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 5, 1991
A Dec. 23 trial date in San Fernando Superior Court has been set for a former public defender charged with distributing cocaine. Kenneth Eugene Settle, 37, of Sylmar is charged with one count of conspiracy to distribute cocaine, eight counts of cocaine sales and a special allegation that he was accompanied by an armed associate, according to Deputy Dist. Atty. Michael J. Grosbard. Judge Howard J.
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