Not Much Bonding in Outgoing L.A. Mayor's FY2002 Budget Proposal
- Y'all come back now, y'hear? // Advocate;8/10/93, Issue 635, p7
Reports that Los Angeles, California mayor-elect Richard Riordan has spent his last Sunday before his inauguration at the city's gay rights parade.
- On to another term. Streisand, Betsy // U.S. News & World Report;04/21/97, Vol. 122 Issue 15, p12
Discusses the re-election of incumbent Republican Mayor Richard Riordan in Los Angeles, California. His opponent, the former 1960s radical Tom Hayden; Unprecedented showing by Hispanic voters; Growing Latino power; Question of whether Riordan can unify a racially divided city.
- Mayor pushes L.A in new direction. Wood, Daniel B. // Christian Science Monitor;4/24/95, Vol. 87 Issue 103, p4
Reports on the reform measures of Republican Mayor Richard Riordan of Los Angeles on the eve of the presentation of the budget on April 21, 1995. Significance of the passage of Charter Amendment 2; Increased government accountability; Budget details and Riordan's strategy.
- Shattering an urban liberal coalition. Schneider, William // National Journal;4/19/97, Vol. 29 Issue 16, p790
Looks at the reasons behind the reelection of mayor Richard Riordan of Los Angeles, California last April 8, 1997 and forecasts a growing trend of voting throughout the United States. Growing power of Hispanic voters; Growing isolation of African-Americans; Comparison of voting trends with...
- Liberal rebel vs. patrician in L.A. mayoral matchup. Wood, Daniel B. // Christian Science Monitor;2/14/97, Vol. 89 Issue 56, p3
Focuses on the mayoral candidates for Los Angeles, California, Tom Hayden and incumbent mayor Richard Riordan. Description of the April 7, 1997 race as a report card on reinvented city government; Riordan's delivery on his 1993 campaign promises; Background information on Hayden; Reason Hayden...
- LAPL Main Library Renamed for Mayor. Oder, Norman; Kenney, Brian // Library Journal;5/15/2001, Vol. 126 Issue 9, p22
Discusses Los Angeles, California Mayor Richard Riordan, who was rewarded for his support of the Los Angeles Public Library by an agreement to name the Central Library after him. Controversy surrounding the decision; Critics who note that Riordan was rewarded by his own appointees to the...
- L.A. mayor has key role in board race. White, Kerry A. // Education Week;04/07/99, Vol. 18 Issue 30, p1
Reports that Los Angeles, California Mayor Richard J. Riordan is seeking greater control over the schools in the district. Comment from the mayor and the 18-member task force assembled by Superintendent Zacarias on how the Los Angeles Unified School District board runs the district's affair;...
- Riordan: Small biz the big victim. McNary, Dave // Daily Variety;04/27/2001, Vol. 271 Issue 42, p1
Focuses on Los Angeles, California Mayor Richard Riordan's presentation at a news conference in Los Angeles, California. Emphasis on economic hardships that will be faced by small-business owners from a strike by entertainment writers in the United States; News blackout of Writers Guild...
- THE NEW BOSS. Davis, L. J. // New Republic;11/1/93, Vol. 209 Issue 18, p16
Profiles Richard Riordan, mayor of Los Angeles, California. Riordan as a Catholic intellectual who studied under Jacques Maritain, one of the founders of liberation theology; Multimillionaire corporate lawyer; Leveraged-buyout artist; Right-wing Republican; Riordan's bossism as he became the...