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HUNTINGTON BEACH, Calif. (AP) — Former mixed martial arts fighter Tito Ortiz has quit his post on the City Council of Huntington Beach, California after spending about six months in politics for the first time — and attracting harsh criticism for his anti-mask views and for filing for unemployment benefits while serving on the council.

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Millville High School grads awarded NROTC scholarships

The investigation into Danville Utilities irregularities that started in 2013 was completed last spring and resulted in tighter controls of city-issued credit cards, the start of a whistleblower policy and the installation of an automatic vehicle location system that tracks city vehicles.

Not only will Amthor International offer job-specific training — free of charge — as well as guaranteed employment to successful trainees, the company announced Thursday supplemental money will be provided to program participants.

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