Here are a few things that happened in annum nineteen hundred and ninety-eight:
- Hulk Hogan lost the WWF title to Andre the Giant
- Florence Griffith Joyner set a world record in the 200 meter dash
- Rick Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up” hit the top 10
- Mr. T launched his own television show
- Eddie Murphy’s “Coming to America” grossed $128 million
- The Dodgers won the World Series
- A gallon of gas cost 98 cents
And Don Bankhead began his 22-year career on the Fullerton City Council.
Twenty-two years is more than enough. It’s time to give mayor Bankhead a break.
This just came over the transom:
Fullerton, CA – The Board of Directors of the California Land Surveyors Association (CLSA), a statewide organization with 2200 members, voted unanimously to endorse Greg Sebourn for Fullerton City Council.
CLSA was established in 1966 advances the interests of the profession of Land Surveying, to maintain the highest possible standards of professional ethics and practice, to encourage uniformity of practices and procedures, and foster public faith in and understanding of Land Surveyors and their work.
CLSA represents Land Surveyors, in public or private practice, whether they are employees or proprietors.
“I have observed Greg as an effective Board member and team player with sound judgment when working through difficult issues that involve our profession,” says Aaron Smith, CLSA President. “Greg has been an active member of the Orange County Chapter, CLSA and currently serves as co-chair of the State CLSA Trig Star Program, which is an annual high school mathematics competition that acquaints high school students, career guidance counselors and high school math teachers with the use and application of trigonometry in the real world.”
Mr. Smith stresses, “Greg’s involvement has demonstrated his dedication to carrying out duties assigned to him in a professional manner.”
“I am humbled by the endorsement from the CLSA,” says Fullerton Council Candidate Greg Sebourn, “The CLSA serves with distinction of dedicated professional land surveyors that shapes our local communities by making our neighborhoods a better place to live.”
Mr. Sebourn says, “I have been tested in my profession as a Land Surveyor, who is ready to serve the people as the next Councilmember for the City of Fullerton with dignity and dedication, because the voters demand nothing less.”