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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 19, 1994
Two South County school boards have open seats, and the candidate filing period for the November election began Monday. The Capistrano Unified School District board has three vacancies on its seven-member board, according to Sharon Tanner, executive assistant to the superintendent. The seats up for election are currently held by President Paul B. Haseman, in Trustee Area 1, Crystal Kochendorfer, in Trustee Area 4, and Vice President Annette B. Gude, in Trustee Area 7.
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January 20, 1998 | VANESSA DeRUYTER
Susan Preus will once again serve on the Anaheim City School District Board of Education. Preus, a 42-year-old homemaker and former teacher, was appointed to the board in 1996 but failed to win election to the seat later that same year. This time, she replaces Harald G. Martin, who resigned in December after being questioned about serving on two school boards. Trustee Christopher B. Whorton said he nominated Preus because of her willingness to keep involved in district issues. Trustee Todd E.
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July 28, 1992 | MAIA DAVIS
The boards of the Rio and Pleasant Valley elementary school districts have decided to apply for a total of about $4 million of state bond money for renovating schools, officials said. Each of the school boards voted at special meetings last week to apply for Proposition 152 funds. The statewide $1.9-billion bond measure was approved by voters in June.
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July 16, 1991 | JON NALICK
The County Board of Education has elected officers for the 1991-92 fiscal year. At a meeting last week, members unanimously named Dean McCormick to remain as president and elected Sheila Meyers as the new vice president. McCormick, 61, first elected to the board in 1976, is serving his fourth term representing Trustee Area IV, which includes Brea, Fullerton, La Habra, Mission Viejo, El Toro, Yorba Linda and parts of Orange and Tustin.
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February 13, 2001
Mayoral candidate Steve Soboroff said Monday that if elected, he will visit every neighborhood in Los Angeles to build a consensus on breaking up the giant Los Angeles Unified School District. Soboroff said he would create a master plan to divide the 723,000-student district into 20 to 40 neighborhood districts, each with one to three high schools and the middle schools and elementary schools that feed them students.
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December 15, 1994 | BETH SHUSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Glenn Spencer, president of a San Fernando Valley group that supports Proposition 187, filed a lawsuit Wednesday charging that six members of the Los Angeles board of education are illegally using public funds to block the measure. Spencer said the board illegally used taxpayers' money to oppose the measure during the campaign and that the district is spending public funds in its legal challenge against the proposition.
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November 7, 1985
(Inc.) designates elected or appointed incumbents. (W) indicates that candidate withdrew, but the name remains on the ballot. Bold type designates winners. Las Virgenes Unified Three vacancies 22 of 22 precincts Vote % Betty Noling (Inc.) 2,920 23.0 Barbara Bowman 2,643 20.8 Ronald R. Jauch (Inc.) 2,450 19.3 Bill James 1,901 15.0 Roni Melago 1,601 12.6 Amy Berns 1,191 9.4 Newhall Elementary Three vacancies 11 of 11 precincts Vote % Howard L. Hill (Inc.) 849 28.3 Charles E.
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March 21, 2001 | DAVID HALDANE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A state commission confirmed Tuesday that it had sent a warning letter to the Orange Unified School District after a board member's illegal mailing of more than 17,000 self-promotional letters. The Dec. 7 mailing by board Vice President Linda Davis was paid for with district funds, violating the Political Reform Act, said John Symkowick, a spokesman for the Sacramento-based Fair Political Practices Commission.
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June 11, 1996 | JEFF KASS
As a result of Tom Chaffee's surprise resignation last month from the Santa Ana Unified School District board, trustees tonight are expected to call for a November special election to fill his seat. Chaffee's seat would have been open in 1998, which means his replacement will have a two-year term. The election will be held concurrently with the general election scheduled for Nov. 5. Three other school board seats will be on the ballot.
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July 27, 1994 | BERT ELJERA
Scott Roby, a senior at Foothill High School, has been appointed student member of the Tustin Unified School District Board of Education. He will serve on the board until June, 1995. Roby was selected by a panel of school board members, high school principals, students and a school district administrator. The board approved his selection. Roby will be a non-voting member of the board, but could relay information and suggestions on matters affecting students, officials said. J.
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