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June 5, 1988
Frank M. Taylor, who has presided over the redevelopment of downtown San Jose, has declined an offer to take a similar position in San Diego. Taylor, 56, who has shaped the $400-million rebirth of downtown San Jose, said he decided to remain in order to finish the task he started in 1978. "As someone once said, the painter should finish the canvas," Taylor said.
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May 27, 1993 | JENIFER WARREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Barely five months into her term, the lone African-American on San Jose's City Council is facing a possible recall and has been officially condemned by her colleagues in a furor over her remarks about minorities. During a speech this month at a black empowerment workshop, Councilwoman Kathy Cole charged that Latinos, Asian-Americans and homosexuals enjoy preferential treatment at San Jose City Hall.
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May 27, 1993 | JENIFER WARREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Barely five months into her term, the lone African-American on San Jose's City Council is facing a possible recall and has been officially condemned by her colleagues in a furor over her remarks about minorities. During a speech this month at a black empowerment workshop, Councilwoman Kathy Cole charged that Latinos, Asian-Americans and homosexuals enjoy preferential treatment at San Jose City Hall.
NEWS
June 5, 1988
Frank M. Taylor, who has presided over the redevelopment of downtown San Jose, has declined an offer to take a similar position in San Diego. Taylor, 56, who has shaped the $400-million rebirth of downtown San Jose, said he decided to remain in order to finish the task he started in 1978. "As someone once said, the painter should finish the canvas," Taylor said.
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