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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 11, 1996
The South El Monte City Council will hold a public hearing tonight to consider approving an $8-million bond issue to pay for street improvements, a beautification project and housing construction. The council is expected to vote on City Manager Rita Hardin's proposal to issue a kind of bond that it can approve rather than putting the issue before the voters. It would pay for an overhaul of sewers, fire hydrants, traffic signals and other projects.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 21, 1999
A former city finance director who pleaded no contest to a charge that he stole thousands of dollars from city coffers was sentenced Monday to 60 days' electronic monitoring, 200 hours' community service and three years' probation, officials said. Lou Delgado, 46, of Sierra Madre has paid $9,300 in restitution--the amount prosecutors could prove he took--as part of his plea agreement.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 21, 1999
A former city finance director who pleaded no contest to a charge that he stole thousands of dollars from city coffers was sentenced Monday to 60 days' electronic monitoring, 200 hours' community service and three years' probation, officials said. Lou Delgado, 46, of Sierra Madre has paid $9,300 in restitution--the amount prosecutors could prove he took--as part of his plea agreement.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 20, 1999
A former city finance director pleaded no contest Monday in Los Angeles Municipal Court to a charge that he stole more than $8,000 from municipal coffers, officials said. Lou Delgado, 47, will be sentenced June 14, when a judge will determine how much restitution he must pay to the city of South El Monte. The Sierra Madre resident was charged in January with one count of felony misappropriation of public funds by a public official.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 20, 1999
A former city finance director pleaded no contest Monday in Los Angeles Municipal Court to a charge that he stole more than $8,000 from municipal coffers, officials said. Lou Delgado, 47, will be sentenced June 14, when a judge will determine how much restitution he must pay to the city of South El Monte. The Sierra Madre resident was charged in January with one count of felony misappropriation of public funds by a public official.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 11, 1996
The South El Monte City Council will hold a public hearing tonight to consider approving an $8-million bond issue to pay for street improvements, a beautification project and housing construction. The council is expected to vote on City Manager Rita Hardin's proposal to issue a kind of bond that it can approve rather than putting the issue before the voters. It would pay for an overhaul of sewers, fire hydrants, traffic signals and other projects.
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