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December 15, 1993 | WILLSON CUMMER
Seven residents have been named to a new safety committee that will study ways to reduce crime. City Councilman Sal Sapien said the group, appointed by the council this week, will hold public meetings, review police and city staff activities and make a final report to the council on ways to improve safety. The committee will be dissolved after making its report in February or March, Sapien said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 15, 1993 | WILLSON CUMMER
Seven residents have been named to a new safety committee that will study ways to reduce crime. City Councilman Sal Sapien said the group, appointed by the council this week, will hold public meetings, review police and city staff activities and make a final report to the council on ways to improve safety. The committee will be dissolved after making its report in February or March, Sapien said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 28, 1993 | WILLSON CUMMER
The City Council decided Tuesday to form a Citizens Community Safety Advisory Committee to combat crime. Councilman Sal Sapien, who proposed the committee, said he wants to fill it with some of the 17 people who recently applied for a vacant council seat. "We had a tremendous group of people," said Sapien, recalling the four hours of interviews on Oct. 13 with council applicants. Linda J. Pappas Diaz, a former planning commissioner, was appointed to fill the council seat vacated by Joe V.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 28, 1993 | WILLSON CUMMER
The City Council decided Tuesday to form a Citizens Community Safety Advisory Committee to combat crime. Councilman Sal Sapien, who proposed the committee, said he wants to fill it with some of the 17 people who recently applied for a vacant council seat. "We had a tremendous group of people," said Sapien, recalling the four hours of interviews on Oct. 13 with council applicants. Linda J. Pappas Diaz, a former planning commissioner, was appointed to fill the council seat vacated by Joe V.
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