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June 10, 1993
About 700 residents have signed up to vote Friday in the first election of a town council for the unincorporated county area near Monrovia, Duarte and Arcadia. Nine residents will compete for seven seats on the newly created town council, which will represent the area's 11,000 residents before the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. Organizers say the council will help inform residents about county programs and community problems.
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NEWS
June 10, 1993
About 700 residents have signed up to vote Friday in the first election of a town council for the unincorporated county area near Monrovia, Duarte and Arcadia. Nine residents will compete for seven seats on the newly created town council, which will represent the area's 11,000 residents before the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. Organizers say the council will help inform residents about county programs and community problems.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 21, 1992 | MYRON LEVIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Although pummeled this year by riots and drenched by floods, there is one calamity Los Angeles has managed to avoid. The "trash crisis" is still a no-show. Its malodorous arrival--predicted to occur as early as 1991--has been delayed by the recession, recycling, and, perhaps, faulty assumptions that made the situation seem a bit worse than it was. Dump opponents, who had claimed the "crisis" was invented to grease the way for new landfills, say they have been vindicated.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 9, 1992 | MYRON LEVIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Although pummeled this year by riots and drenched by floods, there is one calamity Los Angeles has managed to avoid. The "trash crisis" is still a no-show. Its malodorous arrival--predicted to occur as early as 1991--has been delayed by the recession, recycling, and, perhaps, faulty assumptions that made the situation seem a bit worse than it was. Dump opponents, who had claimed the "crisis" was invented to grease the way for new landfills, say they have been vindicated.
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