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January 11, 1987
Black police officers in San Jose say they are victims of discrimination because too few blacks are hired or promoted by the Police Department, according to a report distributed to city and state officials. The report by an organization called Officers for a Better San Jose, said 23 of San Jose's 31 black officers claimed that the needs of the city's black community are being poorly served as a result of discrimination within the department.
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July 31, 1989
The director of San Jose International Airport announced his resignation one month after he and other top managers were disciplined over the expensive repair of the airport's shuttle bus fleet. Raul Regalado, 44, was under fire after a city audit said the airport spent too much--nearly $1 million a year--to maintain its fleet of 26 shuttle buses. The director and six other airport managers were disciplined in June as a result of the audit.
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