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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 25, 1998
Councilman Doug Hayes will serve as mayor for the coming year after his council colleagues voted this week to elevate him to the post. Hayes, a professional photographer, was the unanimous choice of the five-member council Tuesday after three new council members were sworn into office. Glenn Lambdin, Robert Stockly and Kris Miller-Fisher were elected April 14 to replace incumbents MaryAnn MacGillivray, James Hester and Gary Adams.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 16, 2000
Just days after shocking the City Council by announcing his resignation, City Administrator John Davidson changed his mind Wednesday, city officials said. Davidson, 47, said he will not, after all, be leaving next month to become city manager of Temple City. Less than 48 hours earlier, Davidson had announced he was leaving, sending elected city officials scrambling to try to retain the 47-year-old city administrator.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 30, 1997 | RICHARD WINTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Sierra Madre takes its trees seriously. Where else but a place labeled "Tree City USA" could a flap over arboreal supervision fell an entire city commission? How else to explain the air of scandal hovering over the town--replete with charges of pilfered paperwork, menacing messages and attempted bribery--all because of trees?
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 25, 1998
Councilman Doug Hayes will serve as mayor for the coming year after his council colleagues voted this week to elevate him to the post. Hayes, a professional photographer, was the unanimous choice of the five-member council Tuesday after three new council members were sworn into office. Glenn Lambdin, Robert Stockly and Kris Miller-Fisher were elected April 14 to replace incumbents MaryAnn MacGillivray, James Hester and Gary Adams.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 16, 2000
Just days after shocking the City Council by announcing his resignation, City Administrator John Davidson changed his mind Wednesday, city officials said. Davidson, 47, said he will not, after all, be leaving next month to become city manager of Temple City. Less than 48 hours earlier, Davidson had announced he was leaving, sending elected city officials scrambling to try to retain the 47-year-old city administrator.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 30, 1997 | RICHARD WINTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Sierra Madre takes its trees seriously. Where else but a place labeled "Tree City USA" could a flap over arboreal supervision fell an entire city commission? How else to explain the air of scandal hovering over the town--replete with charges of pilfered paperwork, menacing messages and attempted bribery--all because of trees?
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