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By Christopher Cadelago | August 1, 2009
CITY HALL ? City Manager Mike Flad on Wednesday named William Yeomans to the post of interim financial service director, relieving Deputy City Manager Justin Hess of his double duties. Yeomans, a 20-year veteran of financial administration, is scheduled to begin work Monday. ?In these challenging economic times, having someone with his expertise in municipal finance is essential,? Flad said. Hess, who served as interim director since April 2008, worked in both capacities since being named deputy city manager in January.
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By Christopher Cadelago | April 17, 2010
CITY HALL — The Planning Board on Monday put off a vote to mandate an environmental checklist for wireless tower applications over fears that the information would be beyond the expertise of commissioners and give residents false hope that it could be used to keep the equipment out of their neighborhoods. “I think the checklist is suitable, but I have a concern that we treat it as a disclosure of information with each [permit] only, and not as a basis to approve or disapprove any conditional-use permit that comes before us,” board member Emily Gabel-Luddy said.
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By By Jeff Tully | November 26, 2005
tullyGIRLS' CROSS-COUNTRY: Not picked as one of the favorites in its division, Bell-Jeff will run hard and see what it can accomplish at state meet in Fresno. BELLARMINE-JEFFERSON HIGH -- The Bellarmine-Jefferson High girls' cross-country team has dealt with its share of pressures this season. Taking part in the Sunshine League against tough competition, every meet was a struggle for the Guards. Last week, knowing no other Bell-Jeff team had ever qualified for the CIF State Cross-Country Championships, the team shook off jitters and to qualified for the elite competition.
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By Christopher Cadelago | December 4, 2009
HILLSIDE — Opponents of a proposed T-Mobile wireless antenna at Brace Canyon Park plan to take their case to the City Council and Planning Board Tuesday. Neighborhood groups oppose the proposed cellular antenna project based on aesthetic grounds and concerns that the radio waves could have negative health impacts, while T-Mobile representatives say it’s needed to satisfy consumer demand in the area. The arguments mirror those in a growing number of cities, including Glendale, where a group of residents successfully fought a proposed T-Mobile “micro-cell” site last year.
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By Christopher Cadelago | December 5, 2009
HILLSIDE — Opponents of a proposed T-Mobile wireless antenna at Brace Canyon Park plan to take their case to the City Council and Planning Board on Tuesday. Neighborhood groups oppose the proposed cellular antenna project based on aesthetic grounds and concerns that the radio waves could have negative health impacts. T-Mobile representatives say it’s needed to satisfy consumer demand in the area. The arguments mirror those in a growing number of cities, including Glendale, where a group of residents successfully fought a proposed T-Mobile “micro-cell” site last year.
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By Christopher Cadelago | August 1, 2009
CITY HALL ? City Manager Mike Flad on Wednesday named William Yeomans to the post of interim financial service director, relieving Deputy City Manager Justin Hess of his double duties. Yeomans, a 20-year veteran of financial administration, is scheduled to begin work Monday. ?In these challenging economic times, having someone with his expertise in municipal finance is essential,? Flad said. Hess, who served as interim director since April 2008, worked in both capacities since being named deputy city manager in January.
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