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In the article “Plans for Nuisance Partiers to Pay Up in Bell Gardens,”(April 16, 2009) EGP mistakenly stated that Janet Martinez of the City Clerk’s office said the City Council would vote on the proposed ordinance on April 24; the vote will actually take place on April 27.

En el artículo “Podrían Pagar Acusados de Molestias en Bell Gardens,” publicada el 16 de abril, 2009, EGP erróneamente indico que Janet Martinez, de la oficina de la Secretaria Municipal, dijo que la la fecha para la votación del Concejo de Bell Gardens sobre la Ordenanza Recuperación de Gastos de Fiestas Molestosas estaba programada para el 24 de abril; el voto en actualidad esta programada a tomar a cabo en la junta programada para el 27 de abril.

Robert Urteaga and Kathy Salazar did not run in the 2007 recall election as originally stated in the article “Montebello Recall Maintains Quiet, At Least For Now,” (April 16, 2009). Urteaga and Salazar ran in the regular elections in November 2007 for two seats that opened up when Norma Lopez-Reid and Robert Bagwell’s terms were up. There were attempts to recall the two council members, but those efforts failed. Only Councilman Jeff Siccama was subject to a special recall election held in December 2007. He was recalled, and his seat was won by Mary Anne Saucedo-Rodriguez.

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