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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 15, 1989
After 10 months on the job, Avalon City Manager Chuck Prince is leaving Santa Catalina Island to accept a position as manager of the redevelopment agency in the City of South Lake Tahoe. Prince, 34, will remain as Avalon city manager until the end of the year while a successor is sought. He will begin his new job as redevelopment manager of the South Tahoe Redevelopment Agency in January, said South Lake Tahoe City Manager Kerry Miller. Avalon Mayor Hugh T.
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October 12, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The former mayor of South Lake Tahoe was sentenced to nine years in prison on drug and money-laundering charges, but not before he tearfully accused federal investigators of threatening to kill him if he did not commit illegal acts. "I was told if I went to the police, I'd be killed," said Terry Trupp, his voice cracking with emotion as he read a statement to U.S. District Judge Milton Schwartz.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 16, 1989 | ADRIANNE GOODMAN
In the end, he couldn't bring himself to leave island life behind. Avalon City Manager Chuck Prince, who submitted his resignation last weekend, on Wednesday announced he changed his mind--as surprised city officials abruptly called off their search for a replacement. Never mind that Prince had already taken a job as redevelopment manager for the city of South Lake Tahoe. "It came down to not being able to leave the island," Prince said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 16, 1989 | ADRIANNE GOODMAN
In the end, he couldn't bring himself to leave island life behind. Avalon City Manager Chuck Prince, who submitted his resignation last weekend, on Wednesday announced he changed his mind--as surprised city officials abruptly called off their search for a replacement. Never mind that Prince had already taken a job as redevelopment manager for the city of South Lake Tahoe. "It came down to not being able to leave the island," Prince said.
NEWS
August 4, 1989
The South Lake Tahoe City Council selected Planning Commissioner Bruce Grego to fill the seat vacated by the resignation of Mayor Terry Trupp after Trupp's indictment on cocaine and money-laundering charges. Grego, a local attorney, was selected from among 18 candidates who met residency requirements. Trupp, 46, resigned from the council July 11--the day his term as mayor expired and the day after he pleaded innocent.
NEWS
July 2, 1989
A federal grand jury indicted South Lake Tahoe Mayor Terry Trupp and four other men on cocaine, money-laundering and currency violations growing out of a sting operation dubbed Deep Snow. Trupp, 46, was denied bail after his arrest June 11 and is in jail awaiting arraignment July 5 before a federal magistrate. His wife, Kimberly, 24, who was freed on $100,000 bail, was not named in the two indictments.
NEWS
October 12, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The former mayor of South Lake Tahoe was sentenced to nine years in prison on drug and money-laundering charges, but not before he tearfully accused federal investigators of threatening to kill him if he did not commit illegal acts. "I was told if I went to the police, I'd be killed," said Terry Trupp, his voice cracking with emotion as he read a statement to U.S. District Judge Milton Schwartz.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 15, 1989
After 10 months on the job, Avalon City Manager Chuck Prince is leaving Santa Catalina Island to accept a position as manager of the redevelopment agency in the City of South Lake Tahoe. Prince, 34, will remain as Avalon city manager until the end of the year while a successor is sought. He will begin his new job as redevelopment manager of the South Tahoe Redevelopment Agency in January, said South Lake Tahoe City Manager Kerry Miller. Avalon Mayor Hugh T.
NEWS
August 4, 1989
The South Lake Tahoe City Council selected Planning Commissioner Bruce Grego to fill the seat vacated by the resignation of Mayor Terry Trupp after Trupp's indictment on cocaine and money-laundering charges. Grego, a local attorney, was selected from among 18 candidates who met residency requirements. Trupp, 46, resigned from the council July 11--the day his term as mayor expired and the day after he pleaded innocent.
NEWS
July 2, 1989
A federal grand jury indicted South Lake Tahoe Mayor Terry Trupp and four other men on cocaine, money-laundering and currency violations growing out of a sting operation dubbed Deep Snow. Trupp, 46, was denied bail after his arrest June 11 and is in jail awaiting arraignment July 5 before a federal magistrate. His wife, Kimberly, 24, who was freed on $100,000 bail, was not named in the two indictments.
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