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April 27, 2015



Hobie Did It

Former “Baywatch” actor Jeremy Jackson, who portrayed David Hasselhoff’s son Hobie on the hit TV show for several years, was arrested on suspicion of assault over the weekend, authorities said today.

Jackson, 34, was taken into custody Saturday and booked on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon, according to Los Angeles Police Department Officer Drake Madison.

Jackson, who was booked under the name of Jeremy Jackson Dunn, was released after posting $30,000 bail, according to the sheriff’s department.

An LAPD detective told the Los Angeles Times that Jackson allegedly stabbed a man in the Westlake area on Friday and fled. The victim identified his attacker to police as “Hobie,” the name of Jackson’s character on the hit TV show, the detective said.

Muni Clerks Week

A Proclamation, issued by the Santa Monica City Council, on Tuesday, April 28, declared that the week of May 3 - 9, 2015 is designated as “Municipal Clerks Week.”

The Proclamation was presented to City Clerk, Sarah P. Gorman, CMC, and signed by Mayor Kevin McKeown.

It extends appreciation to the Santa Monica City Clerk’s Department and all Municipal and Deputy Clerks for “serving as the professional link between the citizens, the local governing bodies and agencies of government at other levels.”

The International Institute of Municipal Clerks (IIMC), a professional association of City, Town, Township, Village, Borough, Deputy and County Clerks, sponsors Municipal Clerks Week to highlight the importance of the Municipal Clerk’s roles and functions and the impact the office has on the public. IIMC has 9,500 members throughout the United States, Canada and 15 other countries.

The mission of the Santa Monica City Clerk is to: serve the City as the Election Official, Political Reform Filing Officer and Custodian of the City Seal; facilitate the democratic process for voters and candidates by conducting City elections per election laws; administer the Oath of Office and provide support to the City Council, and record all Council proceedings; manage the City’s records and respond to public inquiries for information per the Public Records Act; and provide efficient and timely mail and printing services to City Departments.

 

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