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Examples of "noguez"
Although his birth name is Juan Renaldo Rodriguez, he uses a number of aliases including Juan R. Noguez, John R. Noguez, and Juan Reynaldo Rodriguez Noguez. The surname Noguez reportedly comes from his mother, whose full name is Maria Carmen Anaya-Noguez. In traditional Spanish naming customs, the maternal surname follows the paternal surname, often hyphenated in Anglophone countries.
In the November 2010 general election, Noguez was elected as the Los Angeles County Assessor, winning a majority of 999,393 (59.59% of votes) and defeating John Y. Wong. During the campaign, Noguez secured the endorsements of 4 of the 5 incumbent LA County Supervisors and former Assessor Rick Auerbach and raised $1,000,000 in campaign donations. During the election, the "Los Angeles Times" had officially endorsed Noguez's rival, John Wong, considering him to be apolitical, as compared to Noguez.
For the first 6 years of his life, Noguez was raised in Michoacan, Mexico. Noguez spent the rest of his formative years in Boyle Heights and attended Roosevelt High School. He went on to study at the California State University, Los Angeles' School of Finance, concentrating on real estate studies. However, Noguez dropped out of the university, 3 classes shy of a bachelor's degree. He holds an Advanced Appraiser Certificate from the California State Board of Equalization.
On April 29, 2012, the "Los Angeles Times" and other media outlets reported that the Los Angeles District Attorney's office had intensified its corruption probe and searched a dozen locations, including the homes of Noguez and associated conspirators, following allegations that Noguez had peddled his influence to secure tax reductions for his campaign contributor's clients.
Since 2000, Noguez has served in the City of Huntington Park government, as mayor, member of the City Council and as City Clerk. Noguez was elected to the Huntington Park City Council in March 2003 and re-elected in 2007 and was the mayor in 2004 and 2006.
Such riders as Aureliano Noguez, Humberto Enriquez, Francisco Mena, Antonio Castanon and David Flores graced the jockeys' quarters throughout the days of horse racing.
In an article published in the July 1993 issue of the "Journal of the Society for Psychical Research" Luis Ruiz-Noguez noted that the presence of three cations used as pigments in the manufacture of paint must be mentioned: zinc, lead and chromium. Two of these, lead and chromium, lay the foundation for suspecting the use of paint in making the Bélmez faces. Ruiz-Noguez postulated that lead was used for several reasons:
In mid-2012, Noguez took a leave of absence because of an investigation concerning influence peddling at his office, and on October 17, 2012, he was arrested and charged with 24 felonies relating to corruption.
Noguez was born on November 29, 1964 at the Kaiser Permanente hospital in Hollywood, California, to Jesus Rodriguez and Carmen Anaya, immigrants from Mexico. His father Jesus is from Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco while his mother is from Michoacán.
At the time of Bate Tichenor's death in the Daniel de Laborde-Noguez and Marie Aimée de Montalembert house on the Calle Tabasco in Mexico City in 1990, she chose to be exclusively with her close friends. Bate Tichenor's mother Vera Bate Lombardi was a close friend of Comte Léon de Laborde, who was a fervent admirer of Coco Chanel in her youth and had introduced Lombardi to Chanel. Comte Léon de Laborde's grandson, economist Carlos de Laborde-Noguez, his wife Marina Lascaris, his brother Daniel de Laborde-Noguez and his wife, Marie Aimée de Motalembert became Bate Tichenor's most respected allies, trusted friends, and caretakers at the end of her life in their home in Mexico City.
Dominique Noguez, born 12 September 1942, is a French writer. He won the Prix Femina in 1997, for "Amour noir". He taught the history of film at the Sorbonne. He was an early defender of Michel Houellebecq.
John Noguez (born Juan Renaldo Rodriguez on November 29, 1964) is a Mexican American politician and a former Los Angeles County Assessor, currently under indictment on corruption charges relating to his term.
Noguez has held non-partisan leadership roles in government, including President of the League of California Cities' Los Angeles Division, as well as Secretary Treasurer of the California Contract Cities Association.
The current assessor is Jeffrey Prang. The most recent assessors have been John Noguez, Robert Quon, who served for the last year of Rick Auerbach's term, and Kenneth Hahn.
On October 17, 2012, Noguez was arrested on 44 counts of conspiracy, bribery and corruption, with bail set at $1.36 million. Also arrested were key conspirators Mark McNeil, Noguez's chief appraiser and Ramin Salari, a campaign contributor and Arizona tax consultant. Between February and September 2010, Noguez allegedly accepted $185,000 in bribes from Salari and used his influence to lower the appraised property values for Salari's clients, to help the clients save millions of dollars in property taxes. In total, the property tax scam deprived the Los Angeles County of at least $1.16 million in tax revenue. Improper tax breaks were granted to more than 100 wealthy Westside property owners. If convicted, Noguez faces more than 30 years in state prison.
The film is inspired by the novel ""Les dernieres jours du monde"" by Dominique Noguez, which is officially credited in the production brochure, however, in the film credits, ""Amour noir"" is also noted as an inspiration.
On March 7, 2013, John Noguez makes bail and is released from Men’s Central Jail. He was in custody for close to four months mainly due to the California Penal Code 1275.1 restriction that was imposed in 2012 by Superior Court Judge Shelly Torrealba. The restriction required that Noguez had to prove any money used for his defense was not derived from criminal activity. The 1275.1 restriction proved to be difficult for John Noguez to make bail. His family and friends hired Los Angeles bail bondsman Morris Demayo who dealt with difficult 1275.1 pc cases in the past like the $2 million bail of former Bell City Manager Robert Rizzo and the $4 million bail of Joshua Woodward. After the court hearing to release John Noguez, Morris Demayo said he was stunned by how thorough the district attorney's vetting process had been for potential donors. "A lot of people were turned away, that's why this took so long," Demayo said. By comparison, he said former Bell City Administrator Robert Rizzo was able to raise $2 million in "a week and a half."
In 1973, Almuró became a teacher at Paris' Sorbonne University (UFR d’Arts Plastiques, Faculté Paris I Sorbonne). Other teachers included writer Dominique Noguez and contemporary artist Michel Journiac. Students included film maker Stéphane Marti and musicians Jean-Luc Guionnet and Eric Cordier.
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On June 1, 2012, Noguez announced he would be taking indefinite paid leave of absence amid ongoing investigations, while continuing to receive an annual salary of $192,000. On June 12, 2012, Santos Kreimann, a civil servant of 20 years, was selected to fill in the vacant role as County Assessor.