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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 16, 1988
Virginia Mulrooney has been forced out of her post as the vice chancellor for human resources of the Los Angeles Community College District with an $87,000 settlement, officials said. The move is viewed as the biggest shake-up in the nine-campus district since the forced retirement of Chancellor Leslie Koltai in October.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 17, 1988
Angered by her removal as a vice chancellor of the Los Angeles Community College District, Virginia Mulrooney on Wednesday delivered a blistering, face-to-face attack on the district's trustees and the American Federation of Teachers local and called for investigations of both.
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December 25, 1986 | DAVID MORGAN
The Los Angeles Community College District has approved faculty transfers that will allow Pierce College to hire coaches and reinstate its football and men's basketball programs, vice chancellor Virginia Mulrooney said Wednesday. As a result, Pierce is expected to have both programs in place for the 1987-1988 school year. Mulrooney said the district, after almost two months of negotiations, resolved potential conflicts with the faculty union over the proposed transfers.
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September 12, 1986 | DAVID MORGAN, Times Staff Writer
Physical education instructors laid off in June by the Los Angeles Community College District were rehired in time for for the opening of classes Tuesday, according to Virginia Mulrooney, vice chancellor of personnel services for the district. Five physical education teachers and 33 instructors in other departments got their jobs back because the district miscalculated its teaching needs under a new agreement reached with the faculty union in June, Mulrooney said.
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March 11, 1987 | DAVID MORGAN
The Los Angeles Community College District Board of Trustees will vote today on a measure that would authorize layoff notices to 69 full-time faculty members, including 17 physical education teachers, a district spokesman said Tuesday. If it passes, some athletic coaches could be subject to layoff effective June 30, spokesman Norm Schneider said. The elimination of coaches could, as a year ago, place certain athletic programs throughout the district in jeopardy.
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March 7, 1985 | DAVID G. SAVAGE, Times Education Writer
The Los Angeles Community College District said Wednesday that its spring enrollment is down by more than 19,000 students, prompting officials to consider canceling a summer session this year. The district's nine community colleges have 90,229 students in their day and evening classes this spring, down by 18% from last spring. Over two years, the spring enrollment has fallen 29%, according to the official census released Wednesday.
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September 14, 1986 | Steve Springer
Chuck Ferrero has a lot on his mind these days. He is concerned with blitzing linebackers, seemingly unstoppable running backs and linemen who can't be budged. And he couldn't be happier. Because it's a lot better than facing blitzing administrators, seemingly unstoppable policies and a Los Angeles Community College District Board of Trustees that couldn't be budged.
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September 11, 1986 | DAVID MORGAN, Times Staff Writer
Physical education instructors laid off in June by the Los Angeles Community College District were rehired in time for for the opening of classes Tuesday, according to Virginia Mulrooney, vice chancellor of personnel services for the district. Five PE teachers, and 33 instructors in other departments, got their jobs back because the district discovered it could not meet its classroom needs without them, Mulrooney said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 6, 1992 | GREG KRIKORIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Describing the proposed Playa Vista project as either a model community or a colossal boondoggle, several hundred residents and business owners turned out last week for a five-hour public hearing that underscored the smoldering debate over the development--one of the largest in Los Angeles history.
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