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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 17, 1990
The San Gabriel Valley Assn. of Cities, representing 30 communities from Pasadena to Pomona, has voted overwhelmingly for a halt in the aerial spraying of malathion to combat the Mediterranean fruit fly. As part of its debate at a monthly meeting in Baldwin Park Thursday night, the association included an amendment acknowledging the pest's threat to the agricultural industry.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 15, 1990
Dissatisfied with the political splintering of the San Gabriel Valley under a court-sanctioned redistricting plan for the county Board of Supervisors, several cities are collecting money to hire experts to draw up their own plan. The San Gabriel Valley Assn. of Cities wants to place most of the area in one supervisorial district, and to enlarge the board from five members to seven.
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September 22, 1989 | MIKE WARD, Times Staff Writer
An association of San Gabriel Valley cities voted Thursday to create an agency to begin discussions with private companies on shipping the area's trash by train to desert landfills in Riverside and San Bernardino counties. The action came at an evening meeting of the San Gabriel Valley Assn. of Cities in Pomona on a recommendation by a committee of valley-area municipal officials who had been studying the problem of what to do with trash if Los Angeles County dumps continue to run out of room.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 17, 1990
The San Gabriel Valley Assn. of Cities, representing 30 communities from Pasadena to Pomona, has voted overwhelmingly for a halt in the aerial spraying of malathion to combat the Mediterranean fruit fly. As part of its debate at a monthly meeting in Baldwin Park Thursday night, the association included an amendment acknowledging the pest's threat to the agricultural industry.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 15, 1990
Dissatisfied with the political splintering of the San Gabriel Valley under a court-sanctioned redistricting plan for the county Board of Supervisors, several cities are collecting money to hire experts to draw up their own plan. The San Gabriel Valley Assn. of Cities wants to place most of the area in one supervisorial district, and to enlarge the board from five members to seven.
NEWS
May 28, 1989 | ELIZABETH LU, Times Staff Writer
Councilman Richard Gibson has announced that he will resign his seat as of June 10, City Clerk Linda Gair said last week. Gibson's planned resignation comes after that of City Manager Ralph Webb and two department heads but is not related to the recent personnel changes at City Hall, Mayor Leo King said. Gibson, who commutes nearly 180 miles a day to his job in Ventura as a teacher and navigator for the California Air National Guard, indicated he wants to move closer to work, King said.
NEWS
April 21, 1988 | MIKE WARD, Times Staff Writer
A committee of elected officials in the San Gabriel Valley will recommend tonight that valley cities begin creating a system to haul trash by rail to remote disposal sites in order to overcome a shortage of landfills in the 1990s. The first step recommended by the committee, headed by West Covina Councilwoman Nancy Manners, would be to ask the county Sanitation Districts to draft a document that would invite contractors to submit rail-haul proposals.
NEWS
September 22, 1989 | MIKE WARD, Times Staff Writer
An association of San Gabriel Valley cities voted Thursday to create an agency to begin discussions with private companies on shipping the area's trash by train to desert landfills in Riverside and San Bernardino counties. The action came at an evening meeting of the San Gabriel Valley Assn. of Cities in Pomona on a recommendation by a committee of valley-area municipal officials who had been studying the problem of what to do with trash if Los Angeles County dumps continue to run out of room.
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