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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 7, 1994 | SHELBY GRAD
Campaign placards are beginning to sprout up on lawns across the city--an indicator that Election Day is just weeks away. On March 29, residents in three of the city's five council districts will go to the polls to select representatives. Incumbents are seeking reelection in all three races. In a city known for its heated politics, this year's races have so far been relatively low key.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 7, 1994 | SHELBY GRAD
Campaign placards are beginning to sprout up on lawns across the city--an indicator that Election Day is just weeks away. On March 29, residents in three of the city's five council districts will go to the polls to select representatives. Incumbents are seeking reelection in all three races. In a city known for its heated politics, this year's races have so far been relatively low key.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 6, 1990 | MICHELLE NICOLOSI
When voters go to the polls Tuesday to fill two open seats on the City Council, they will be voting not only for the four candidates in the runoff but also deciding the future of development in this beach community, the candidates say. The central issue in the campaign is the Mola Development Corp.'s proposed $200-million housing project for the Hellman Ranch property.
NEWS
May 12, 1990 | MICHELLE NICOLOSI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
When the clock struck midnight Thursday, the City Council's fast-paced plan for approving a controversial housing development screeched to a halt. Starting at 10 p.m., angry residents stepped up to the podium in a bid to delay a vote on a Mola Development Corp. project that the City Council wanted to approve before newly elected council members take office Tuesday. Two hours of testimony, punctuated by bursts of applause and jeers, forced the council to concede defeat at 12:05 a.m.
NEWS
May 12, 1990 | MICHELLE NICOLOSI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
When the clock struck midnight Thursday, the City Council's fast-paced plan for approving a controversial housing development screeched to a halt. Starting at 10 p.m., angry residents stepped up to the podium in a bid to delay a vote on a Mola Development Corp. project that the City Council wanted to approve before newly elected council members take office Tuesday. Two hours of testimony, punctuated by bursts of applause and jeers, forced the council to concede defeat at 12:05 a.m.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 6, 1990 | MICHELLE NICOLOSI
When voters go to the polls Tuesday to fill two open seats on the City Council, they will be voting not only for the four candidates in the runoff but also deciding the future of development in this beach community, the candidates say. The central issue in the campaign is the Mola Development Corp.'s proposed $200-million housing project for the Hellman Ranch property.
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