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The Cost of Denial
Members of the
Youth Task Force

From a 1995 publication by The Youth Task Force
(League of California Cities)
George A. Caravalho, Chair -- City Manager of Santa Clarita
Mary Louise Vivier, Vice Chair -- Council Member, City of Visalia
Donna Bailey -- Community and Human Services Director, City of Visalia
Willi Campbell -- Mayor Pro Tem, City of Solvang
Louis A. Cobarruviaz -- Chief of Police, City of San Jose
Raymond R. Cruz --- Executive Assistant, City Manager's Office, City of Glendale
Gert Foreman -- Council Member, City of Seaside
Gilbert Garcia -- Council Member, City of Santa Barbara
Sue Lempert -- Council Member, City of San Mateo
Ronald O. Loveridge -- Mayor, City of Riverside
Kathryn Nack -- Former Mayor, City of Pasadena
Kathleen G. Ouye -- City Librarian, City of San Mateo
Bev Perry -- Mayor, City of Brea
Wendell L. Pryor - Human Resources Director, City and County of San Francisco
Matt Robinson -- Recreation and Community Services Director, City of Inglewood
Steven E. Swaim -- Community Services Superintendent, City of Anaheim
Kurt C. Swanson -- Director of Community and Cultural Services, City of Cerritos
Art Takahara -- Council Member, City of Mountain View
Ruth Vreeland -- Council Member, City of Monterey
Cleve Williams -- Parks and Recreation Director, City of Oakland

From "The Cost of Denial," a publication of the Youth Task Force of the League of California Cities, 1995. Available in hardcopy by ordering online from the CityLink 2000 website.

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Last Modified: July 13, 2002
Source: "The Cost of Denial" Fact Sheet, The Youth Task Force of the League of California Cities, 1995; Eileen Givens, Glendale Youth Coalition; Ray Cruz, (Former) Asst. City Mgr., City of Glendale

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