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August 18, 1994
Pasadena City Atty. Victor J. Kaleta, whose decade-long tenure had been upended by an investigation that concluded he had discriminated against women attorneys in his office, announced Wednesday that he would take early retirement after he lost the support of the majority of the City Council. The council in a special session voted to accept his resignation. Kaleta, 56, will serve as an adviser to an interim city attorney until his retirement takes effect March 8, city officials said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 18, 1994
Pasadena City Atty. Victor J. Kaleta, whose decade-long tenure had been upended by an investigation that concluded he had discriminated against women attorneys in his office, announced Wednesday that he would take early retirement after he lost the support of the majority of the City Council. The council in a special session voted to accept his resignation. Kaleta, 56, will serve as an adviser to an interim city attorney until his retirement takes effect March 8, city officials said.
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April 7, 1994
An independent consultant is investigating allegations of discrimination against women who work in the Pasadena city attorney's office. The investigation into whether City Atty. Victor J. Kaleta discriminated against his female employees is to be completed in several weeks, said Ramon Curiel, director of affirmative action, who would not release details of the probe. Kaleta could not be reached for comment.
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May 18, 1989 | MIKE WARD, Times Staff Writer
Fearful that delays might kill the One Colorado project, the Pasadena Board of Directors Tuesday instructed its Design Commission to reconsider the project immediately and scheduled its own hearing for 7 p.m. May 30. The Design Commission last week refused to approve a revised concept for the project, delaying action until June 26 to allow time for preparation of additional documents on the project's environmental impact. Developer Douglas L. Stitzel has revamped the Marketplace project, renaming it One Colorado, but has been unable to overcome objections posed by a preservation group, Pasadena Heritage.
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August 25, 1994 | RICHARD WINTON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
City Atty. Victor J. Kaleta, who was forced to take early retirement by the Pasadena City Council last week, received a retirement package worth more than $100,000 in exchange for waiving the right to sue over his departure, according to city officials. "It was more than fair," said Councilman Bill Crowfoot, one of the council members who agreed to the package in a two-hour closed-door meeting last Wednesday to decide terms of Kaleta's departure.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 20, 1989 | MIKE WARD, Times Staff Writer
The city of Pasadena took the pioneering step six years ago of including Armenian-Americans in its affirmative action program but now finds that it cannot set hiring goals because it does not know how many Armenians live in the city or in the area's labor market. The Pasadena Board of Directors voted this month to conduct a special census of Armenian residents and businesses in Pasadena and to collect economic and social data in the process. The information could be used to set hiring goals for entry-level positions, officials said, but the data may still be inadequate to support goals for higher jobs.
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