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April 27, 1993 | WILLSON CUMMER
The City Council is scheduled tonight to announce the name of an interim city manager who will replace City Manager Terry Matz, whose last day of work is Thursday. The council last week ranked five applicants and asked City Atty. Thomas W. Allen to negotiate a contract with the top candidate. According to two council members, the top applicant was hired by the city, and the name will be announced today.
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March 14, 2000 | Judy Silber, (714) 966-5988
City Atty. Thomas W. Allen will attend his last City Council meeting tonight. Allen is retiring after serving as in the post since 1985. He will be replaced by Greg Diaz, from the same law firm as Allen's--Burke, Williams and Sorensen. Allen is also retiring as the city attorney of Los Alamitos. He and his wife intend to travel by boat to Alaska.
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December 16, 1999 | Judy Silber, (714) 966-5988
The City Council elected Al Ethans mayor Tuesday evening before the last council meeting of the year. Ethans, a retired McDonnell Douglas aerospace engineer, was elected to the council in 1996. This year Ethans served as mayor pro tem. Councilman William C. Estrada was named to replace Ethans.
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November 15, 1999 | JUDY SILBER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Humor, the support of family and friends and belief in God have helped Mayor Harry Dotson cope with his wife's illness, he says. Diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, a progressively debilitating neurodegenerative disease, Natalie Dotson began losing her ability to carry out everyday tasks several years ago. Her hands trembled. She lost her balance easily. Her right arm became useless. And, already beset with a hearing problem, her speech became more and more garbled.
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November 15, 1999 | JUDY SILBER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Humor, the support of family and friends and belief in God have helped Mayor Harry Dotson cope with his wife's illness, he says. Diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, a progressively debilitating neurodegenerative disease, Natalie Dotson began losing her ability to carry out everyday tasks several years ago. Her hands trembled. She lost her balance easily. Her right arm became useless. And, already beset with a hearing problem, her speech became more and more garbled.
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April 29, 1995
STANTON Mayor: Harry Dotson Age: 68 Occupation: Retired conservation officer for the Department of Energy First elected: November, 1990 Term expires: November, 1996 Key issues: Wants to maintain the health and safety of Stanton residents and help local businesses. Supports efforts to upgrade the commercial and industrial sections of the city.
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December 15, 1992 | WILLSON CUMMER
The city is looking for seven people to serve on the newly created Community Services Commission and needs to fill two vacancies each on the Planning Commission and the Personnel Advisory Board. The Community Services Commission was created by combining the Recreation and Leisure Services Commission and the Community Affairs Committee. The new body will advise the City Council on parks, recreation, youth services, senior citizen services, cultural arts, grants and job creation in the city.
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June 19, 1993 | SHELBY GRAD
Opponents of an initiative that would have allowed card clubs in the city launched a recall drive this week against Councilmen Joe V. Harris and Sal Sapien, saying they "no longer represent the views of a majority of voters in Stanton." Harris and Sapien were the only two council members not to support a resolution that opposed Measure A, which sought to legalize card clubs in the city. Stanton voters on June 8 rejected Measure A by a 4-1 margin.
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February 11, 1993 | WILLSON CUMMER
The City Council on Tuesday appointed William C. Estrada, a planning commissioner, to fill the council seat left vacant last month by the death of William H. Horton. Estrada, 35, said he wants to build community pride through graffiti-removal parties and gang prevention work. In his application for the City Council post, Estrada wrote that he would like to build Stanton into a "role model community." "He's one of the best planning commissioners we ever had," Councilman Sal Sapien said.
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February 9, 1993 | WILLSON CUMMER
The City Council will interview the seven applicants today for the council seat left vacant by the Jan. 19 death of William H. Horton. The interviews are scheduled to begin at 4 p.m., and the appointment is expected to be made at the council's regular 6:30 p.m. meeting. The new council member's term will expire in November 1996. Applicants who filed by Monday's 5 p.m. deadline include William Estrada, a planning commissioner; Rene Ferrer, Jr.
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December 14, 1995 | BY HOPE HAMASHIGE, SARAH KLEIN, FRANK MESSINA AND JULIE FATE SULLIVAN
William C. Estrada was selected mayor of Stanton by his fellow council members, replacing Harry Dotson. Brian Donahue was chosen mayor pro tem. Estrada was appointed to the council in February 1993, filling a seat left vacant by the death of William H. Horton. Donahue was elected to the council last year.
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April 29, 1995
STANTON Mayor: Harry Dotson Age: 68 Occupation: Retired conservation officer for the Department of Energy First elected: November, 1990 Term expires: November, 1996 Key issues: Wants to maintain the health and safety of Stanton residents and help local businesses. Supports efforts to upgrade the commercial and industrial sections of the city.
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February 4, 1995 | TOM RAGAN
Former City Manager Terry Matz is returning to Stanton to resume his old job. Selected from a field of four candidates by the City Council, Matz replaces outgoing City Manager Greg Hulsizer, whose last day on the job was Tuesday. Hulsizer resigned to take a job as general manager of the SR 91 Express Lanes Project, a privately funded toll road designed to relieve congestion on the Riverside Freeway in Orange County.
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January 5, 1995 | TOM RAGAN
City Manager Greg Hulsizer will resign on Jan. 31 to become the general manager of the SR 91 Express Lanes Project, a privately financed toll road designed to relieve congestion along the Riverside Freeway in Orange County. Hulsizer, who has been working for the city since September, 1993, told City Council members on Monday about his intention to resign. "The decision to leave Stanton was a very difficult one," he said. "My experience as your city manager has exceeded my expectations."
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December 19, 1994 | TOM RAGAN
There's been a changing of the guard in Stanton. Harry Dotson was elected Stanton's new mayor and Bill Estrada became the mayor pro tem at last week's City Council meeting. At the same session, two new council members took the oath of office in a packed council chambers.
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August 18, 1994 | TOM RAGAN
He was instrumental in creating the Civic Center. The improvements made to the median along Beach Boulevard are also his doing--not to mention synchronizing the traffic signals on Katella Avenue and the development of a comprehensive capital improvements program. But the city will soon have to find a replacement for Fred Wickman, the public works director who announced he will retire Sept. 11 to take a job with an engineering consulting firm in Anaheim.
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April 22, 1993 | WILLSON CUMMER
The City Council this week authorized City Atty. Thomas W. Allen to negotiate an agreement with the top candidate for interim city manager. Five people applied for the post, and each was ranked in order of preference by the City Council during a closed-door session Monday night. Each of the candidates has served as city manager in a California city, though none was identified. "I thought we had a very good core of applicants," Councilman William C. Estrada said after the meeting.
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April 9, 1993 | WILLSON CUMMER
City Manager Terry Matz has resigned to become city manager in Agoura Hills in Los Angeles County. The move is purely professional, Matz said Thursday. "It's an excellent career opportunity for me." The City Council decided Wednesday to hire a search firm to fill the city manager's post, but Matz said it might take three to four months to find a replacement. In the meantime, the council will appoint an acting city manager, he said. "I wasn't expecting it," said Councilman Joe V.
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