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November 25, 1995
Some South El Monte residents are livid over a proposed city ordinance, but if the measure goes into effect as planned in December, citizens won't get a lot of time to complain about it. The City Council voted 3 to 2 this month in favor of putting a three-minute time limit on public speeches at its meetings. The council used to have a five-minute cap on comments, but when Mayor Albert Perez took office last year, he told the city clerk to put away the timer. Now, he says that was a mistake.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 25, 1995
Some South El Monte residents are livid over a proposed city ordinance, but if the measure goes into effect as planned in December, citizens won't get a lot of time to complain about it. The City Council voted 3 to 2 this month in favor of putting a three-minute time limit on public speeches at its meetings. The council used to have a five-minute cap on comments, but when Mayor Albert Perez took office last year, he told the city clerk to put away the timer. Now, he says that was a mistake.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 25, 1989
It's just the middle of February and already Mike Poison Penner has struck. Granted, the Angels are coming off two dismal seasons (just like the Dodgers in '88), but let the poor second-rate Angel fans enjoy spring training optimism. I'd trade Bob Boone and Gus Polidor for Lance Parrish, Bert Blyleven and Claudell Washington any day. HOWARD KELLY Irvine
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 25, 1989
It's just the middle of February and already Mike Poison Penner has struck. Granted, the Angels are coming off two dismal seasons (just like the Dodgers in '88), but let the poor second-rate Angel fans enjoy spring training optimism. I'd trade Bob Boone and Gus Polidor for Lance Parrish, Bert Blyleven and Claudell Washington any day. HOWARD KELLY Irvine
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