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August 06, 1993|From Times Staff and Wire Reports

Edison Manager Resigns From Calstart Team: As part of a "routine review" of Southern California Edison's relationship with the Burbank-based consortium, Stanley R. Wright will resign as chief financial officer of Calstart effective today. "Now that Calstart is pretty much on its own, and has its funding in place," Wright said, "we don't have to spend as much time over there. . . . Edison is still a strong supporter of Calstart." Edison's interests in Calstart, which had been represented by former Edison President Michael R. Peevey, who serves as Calstart's chairman, will be taken over by Edison Senior Vice President Charles McCarthy, who has joined the Calstart board. Calstart is a consortium of 90 private companies, utilities and public agencies seeking to promote an advanced transportation industry in California.

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