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December 16, 1987 | EDMUND NEWTON, Times Staff Writer
Ignoring official warnings that the measure could subject the city to lawsuits, San Gabriel voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved a one-year moratorium on commercial and multi-unit housing construction. With all 13 precincts reporting, the tally stood at 3,021 in favor of the moratorium to 614 against. The city of 32,000, situated about 8 miles east of downtown Los Angeles, has 12,991 registered voters.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 23, 1994
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge Tuesday tentatively ruled invalid a 1992 vote approving the creation of the San Gabriel Unified School District. Judge Diane L. Wayne tentatively ruled Tuesday that voters in the Alhambra High School District who live in the city of Alhambra should have been allowed to vote along with residents in the city of San Gabriel in the April, 1992, election that pulled San Gabriel out of the district.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 13, 1989
San Gabriel community activist Mary Cammarano defeated financial analyst Norm Stabeck in a special election to fill a vacant seat on the City Council, while voters in Huntington Park rejected a new tax to pay for more police. Cammarano captured 1,724 votes to Stabeck's 1,453 in their race to fill the seat that became vacant when Vice Mayor Frank Blaszcak was recalled in May.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 6, 1991
Following are edition-time returns from elections held Tuesday around the Southland. Winners in boldface: REDONDO BEACH 28 of 28 Precincts Reporting City Clerk Candidate Vote % John Oliver (i) 3,406 100 City Treasurer Candidate Vote % Alice E. DeLong (i) 3,331 100 City Council* District 3 6 of 6 Precincts Reporting Candidate Vote % Steve Colin (i) 705 68.8 Gregory Cox 267 26.1 Jack Tyler 52 5.1 District 5 6 of 6 Precincts Reporting Candidate Vote % Joseph R. White 327 27.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 23, 1994
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge Tuesday tentatively ruled invalid a 1992 vote approving the creation of the San Gabriel Unified School District. Judge Diane L. Wayne tentatively ruled Tuesday that voters in the Alhambra High School District who live in the city of Alhambra should have been allowed to vote along with residents in the city of San Gabriel in the April, 1992, election that pulled San Gabriel out of the district.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 6, 1991
Following are edition-time returns from elections held Tuesday around the Southland. Winners in boldface: REDONDO BEACH 28 of 28 Precincts Reporting City Clerk Candidate Vote % John Oliver (i) 3,406 100 City Treasurer Candidate Vote % Alice E. DeLong (i) 3,331 100 City Council* District 3 6 of 6 Precincts Reporting Candidate Vote % Steve Colin (i) 705 68.8 Gregory Cox 267 26.1 Jack Tyler 52 5.1 District 5 6 of 6 Precincts Reporting Candidate Vote % Joseph R. White 327 27.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 13, 1989
San Gabriel community activist Mary Cammarano defeated financial analyst Norm Stabeck in a special election to fill a vacant seat on the City Council, while voters in Huntington Park rejected a new tax to pay for more police. Cammarano captured 1,724 votes to Stabeck's 1,453 in their race to fill the seat that became vacant when Vice Mayor Frank Blaszcak was recalled in May.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 16, 1987 | EDMUND NEWTON, Times Staff Writer
Ignoring official warnings that the measure could subject the city to lawsuits, San Gabriel voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved a one-year moratorium on commercial and multi-unit housing construction. With all 13 precincts reporting, the tally stood at 3,021 in favor of the moratorium to 614 against. The city of 32,000, situated about 8 miles east of downtown Los Angeles, has 12,991 registered voters.
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