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August 6, 2000
The arrogance of certain toll road supporters and users absolutely amazes me. We now have Dana Point councilman William L. Ossenmacher being quoted as saying that many motorists are complaining to him because they're getting speeding tickets (July 6). If you're caught speeding, then surely you should get a ticket. Just what exactly are these people complaining about, and why is Ossenmacher feeling sorry for them? Could it possibly be that these arrogant toll road speeders think that they're special, and that the laws of the road don't apply to them?
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 6, 2000
The arrogance of certain toll road supporters and users absolutely amazes me. We now have Dana Point councilman William L. Ossenmacher being quoted as saying that many motorists are complaining to him because they're getting speeding tickets (July 6). If you're caught speeding, then surely you should get a ticket. Just what exactly are these people complaining about, and why is Ossenmacher feeling sorry for them? Could it possibly be that these arrogant toll road speeders think that they're special, and that the laws of the road don't apply to them?
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 22, 1992 | LEN HALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Call him paranoid, cautious or just careful, but William L. Ossenmacher is not feeling secure as Dana Point's newest city councilman. An 18-vote victory margin in the council race June 2 and a recount looming this week do not generate feelings of confidence. A recount could offer a surprise, he said. "I guess I'm not convinced I'm in yet.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 22, 1992 | LEN HALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Call him paranoid, cautious or just careful, but William L. Ossenmacher is not feeling secure as Dana Point's newest city councilman. An 18-vote victory margin in the council race June 2 and a recount looming this week do not generate feelings of confidence. A recount could offer a surprise, he said. "I guess I'm not convinced I'm in yet.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 30, 2000 | Kenneth Ma, (949) 248-2157
The City Council has selected nine members to sit on the inaugural Dana Point Youth Board, which will advise the council on youth issues but will have no voting power. Those selected Tuesday are Mandi Arguilla, Lisha Carsrud, Tara Erdo, Christina Hioureas, Ashley Holen, Shelly Kunker, Lia Larson, Shane Soderlund and Kyle Walberg. The 11-member board will have its last two members selected at the next council meeting in April because Councilman William L. Ossenmacher was absent.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 13, 1997 | KIMBERLY BROWER
The City Council this week upheld a Planning Commission decision to deny a request to put a wireless communication antenna in Monarch Beach Terrace. But the council voted to let the Planning Commission amend Pacific Bell's application so that the company can seek another site for the equipment, and to let other applicants revise pending requests. "We took a difficult decision and hopefully made everyone happy," Mayor William L.Ossenmacher said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 31, 1995 | LEN HALL
The public is invited to offer thoughts about the controversial plan for the Dana Point Headlands at a Planning Commission meeting tonight. "We are just looking for public input," said Ed Knight, the city's director of community development. "We are trying to get a feel for what people think of the general plan for the Headlands." A staff presentation will provide background on a plan that would have allowed a 400-room hotel and 370 houses on the 121-acre parcel.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 23, 1996 | JULIE FATE SULLIVAN
The City Council tonight will consider asking the Orange County Marine Institute to return $100,000 that the city gave four years ago to the public institution, which has since become private. Four years ago, the council joined six other entities in a joint powers agreement, with each party donating $100,000 in exchange for a seat on the institute's board of directors. In October, officials at the institute announced plans to go private to help raise funds for a $30-million expansion.
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