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September 29, 1999
Saying that his participation has become superfluous, the executive director of the Ventura County Mental Health Board stepped down Tuesday. Shlomo Kreitzer's resignation comes two weeks after the county Board of Supervisors removed the panel's chairman, John Chaudier. The supervisors' vote went against the recommendation of an advisory panel to reappoint Chaudier for a third term.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 29, 1999
Saying that his participation has become superfluous, the executive director of the Ventura County Mental Health Board stepped down Tuesday. Shlomo Kreitzer's resignation comes two weeks after the county Board of Supervisors removed the panel's chairman, John Chaudier. The supervisors' vote went against the recommendation of an advisory panel to reappoint Chaudier for a third term.
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December 11, 2010 | By Patrick McGreevy, Los Angeles Times
The citizens commission that will redraw the state's voting districts nominated six more Californians for the panel Friday to address concerns that its initial makeup did not adequately reflect the state's diversity. About a month after the first eight commissioners were randomly selected by the state auditor from a pool of 36 finalists, the half-dozen additional people were chosen from the same pool. If confirmed in a vote of the other members, they will round out the 14-person commission.
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August 31, 1995 | JEFF McDONALD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A police sergeant with three decades of experience had no choice but to shoot a man suspected of stealing a pack of cigarettes this week, Oxnard Police Department officials said Wednesday. The suspect, identified Wednesday as 30-year-old Robert Sterling of Oxnard, was shot and killed late Tuesday by Sgt. George Pultz, who said Sterling confronted him with a knife.
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September 14, 1999 | CATHERINE SAILLANT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Spurred by fears of job losses, county government's largest labor union is surveying Behavioral Health Department employees to gauge what some say is plummeting worker morale in the wake of financial scandals and a management shake-up. Union officials recently distributed questionnaires to 450 Behavioral Health employees--partly in response to workers' concerns about potential harassment and retaliation by a new mental-health administration, union deputy director Ellyn Dembowski said Monday.
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