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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 18, 2000
Tim O'Donnell, 57, veteran ABC News radio anchorman. A native of Middletown, Ohio, O'Donnell began his broadcasting career at radio station WOTT in Watertown, N.Y. Before joining ABC, he worked as a reporter and newscaster for several New York radio stations, as well as WPIX-TV Channel 11. O'Donnell joined ABC News in April 1968.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 18, 2000
Tim O'Donnell, 57, veteran ABC News radio anchorman. A native of Middletown, Ohio, O'Donnell began his broadcasting career at radio station WOTT in Watertown, N.Y. Before joining ABC, he worked as a reporter and newscaster for several New York radio stations, as well as WPIX-TV Channel 11. O'Donnell joined ABC News in April 1968.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 17, 2000 | David Ryan, (714) 520-2511
City officials joined mayors and council members from across the country this week at the National League of Cities conference in Washington. Mayor Bev Perry, Assistant City Manager Tim O'Donnell, and Councilmen Roy Moore and Marty Simonoff spent Monday and Tuesday meeting with Capitol Hill lawmakers--from Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) to all 13 members of the Senate Interior Appropriations Committee--in hopes of picking up some federal funds for use at home.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 8, 1995 | JOHN POPE
With the retirement this year of the city's longtime engineer, Sam Peterson, the City Council will hire three staff members to handle its engineering services at a savings of about $104,000 a year, officials said. Sam Peterson and Associates, a 10-member firm that has handled the city's engineering since the late 1940s, will continue to provide services as needed, Assistant City Manager Tim O'Donnell said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 29, 1993
Three members of the City Council have been appointed to separate public agencies responsible for policies and programs dealing with regional issues. The recent appointment of Mayor Burnie Dunlap and council members Glenn G. Parker and Bev Perry will give Brea residents and businesses "several voices representing their values and concerns," Assistant City Manager Tim O'Donnell said.
NEWS
September 5, 1985
The City Council is to hold a special meeting tonight to consider taking the first step toward developing a 33-acre auto mall. Sitting as the Redevelopment Agency, the council will consider giving its staff permission to conduct an environmental review of the project. In addition, the council will decide whether to negotiate further with a group of Long Beach auto dealers who want to move their firms to Signal Hill as part of the project.
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