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April 23, 1988 | EDMUND NEWTON, Times Staff Writer
The honeymoon lasted about half an hour. First, the three newly elected slow-growth council members took their oaths of office in front of 200 supporters at a San Gabriel City Council meeting Tuesday. Then the three introduced a surprise "transition team," including a lawyer and a consultant with links to Irwindale, one of the most development-minded cities in the county. There were some thunderstruck stares in the audience.
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February 21, 1992
P. Michael Paules, an assistant city manager in Alhambra, has been appointed city administrator in San Gabriel. He replaces Robert Clute, who is retiring after 18 years of running City Hall. Paules, who will begin his new position March 16, said the appointment last week of Alhambra City Manager Kevin Murphy as Newport Beach's new manager was not related to his departure. He will receive an annual salary of $87,000 in San Gabriel; he makes $75,000 in Alhambra.
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April 5, 1990
A proposal to hire a new San Gabriel city administrator on the eve of Tuesday's City Council election has created a political flap. Two candidates, including one incumbent, feel the matter should be left over for the new council. Mayor John Tapp said he hopes the selection will be made by Monday, the day before the election. But Councilman Sabino M.
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July 6, 1990
The San Gabriel City Council voted 4 to 1 to approve David A. Lawton as the city's new police chief. A 13-year veteran of the department, Lawton, 36, had served as acting chief since the May retirement of Donald S. Tutich. Lawton, a 1981 graduate of Cal State Los Angeles, will be paid a $61,000 salary. He will oversee a 65-member department in the city of 35,000.
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September 24, 1988
A longtime San Gabriel resident has initiated a recall drive against City Councilman Frank Blaszcak, who was elected to the council just five months ago. Citing Blaszcak for "failure to provide responsible, accurate and open representation" and "irresponsible spending of tax dollars," Dorothy Schneider seeks to gather 3,100 voters' signatures in the next four months to place the issue on the ballot.
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March 14, 1989
A San Gabriel city councilman filed suit Monday in Pasadena Superior Court against 10 civic leaders, including a fellow councilman, a former mayor, a planning commissioner and the president of the Chamber of Commerce, charging them with libel, slander and civil conspiracy.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 6, 1990
The San Gabriel City Council voted 4 to 1 to approve David A. Lawton as the city's new police chief. A 13-year veteran of the department, Lawton, 36, had served as acting chief since the May retirement of Donald S. Tutich. Lawton, a 1981 graduate of Cal State Los Angeles, will be paid a $61,000 salary. He will oversee a 65-member department in the city of 35,000.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 21, 1992
P. Michael Paules, an assistant city manager in Alhambra, has been appointed city administrator in San Gabriel. He replaces Robert Clute, who is retiring after 18 years of running City Hall. Paules, who will begin his new position March 16, said the appointment last week of Alhambra City Manager Kevin Murphy as Newport Beach's new manager was not related to his departure. He will receive an annual salary of $87,000 in San Gabriel; he makes $75,000 in Alhambra.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 5, 1990
A proposal to hire a new San Gabriel city administrator on the eve of Tuesday's City Council election has created a political flap. Two candidates, including one incumbent, feel the matter should be left over for the new council. Mayor John Tapp said he hopes the selection will be made by Monday, the day before the election. But Councilman Sabino M.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 14, 1989
A San Gabriel city councilman filed suit Monday in Pasadena Superior Court against 10 civic leaders, including a fellow councilman, a former mayor, a planning commissioner and the president of the Chamber of Commerce, charging them with libel, slander and civil conspiracy.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 24, 1988
A longtime San Gabriel resident has initiated a recall drive against City Councilman Frank Blaszcak, who was elected to the council just five months ago. Citing Blaszcak for "failure to provide responsible, accurate and open representation" and "irresponsible spending of tax dollars," Dorothy Schneider seeks to gather 3,100 voters' signatures in the next four months to place the issue on the ballot.
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April 23, 1988 | EDMUND NEWTON, Times Staff Writer
The honeymoon lasted about half an hour. First, the three newly elected slow-growth council members took their oaths of office in front of 200 supporters at a San Gabriel City Council meeting Tuesday. Then the three introduced a surprise "transition team," including a lawyer and a consultant with links to Irwindale, one of the most development-minded cities in the county. There were some thunderstruck stares in the audience.
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