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News From California that doesn't involve natural disasters. Mark Kalow, 49, a corporate consultant with an MBA, outshone 11 applicants for an opening on the nine-member board overseeing the financially stressed city-county library system. When it came to a vote Monday night, he had support from five of the seven board members present.Afterward, some of the runners-ups grumbled that Kalow lives outside the Santa Cruz city limits and the position was advertised as a citizen representative for the city.