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April 17, 2012 | By Ian Duncan
WASHINGTON -- In a display of bureaucratic gymnastics, Jeff Neely, the official at the heart of the General Services Administration conference scandal, reported to two people: a senior counsel at the agency, and himself. Neely was both the Pacific Rim region commissioner for the Public Buildings Service and the region's acting administrator -- the top GSA position in the area -- Susan Brita, the agency's deputy administrator, said at a congressional hearing Tuesday. That dual authority appears to have contributed to his ability to rack up vast bills for conferences using taxpayer money.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 15, 2014 | By Lee Romney
KING CITY, Calif. - Angel Pineda tucked his white cowboy hat under a folding chair in the packed church hall and listened. First came the civil rights presentation - on what to do if pulled over by police. " I want a lawyer ," American Civil Liberties Union staffer Daisy Vieyra, who had come from San Francisco, enunciated in English. "I want a lawyer," the crowd repeated. Then came the indignation, as local residents and advocates from outside this southern Salinas Valley agricultural community made it clear that tomorrow's King City will not be the same as yesterday's.
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NEWS
April 17, 2012 | By Ian Duncan
WASHINGTON -- In a display of bureaucratic gymnastics, Jeff Neely, the official at the heart of the General Services Administration conference scandal, reported to two people: a senior counsel at the agency, and himself. Neely was both the Pacific Rim region commissioner for the Public Buildings Service and the region's acting administrator -- the top GSA position in the area -- Susan Brita, the agency's deputy administrator, said at a congressional hearing Tuesday. That dual authority appears to have contributed to his ability to rack up vast bills for conferences using taxpayer money.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 15, 2014 | By Lee Romney
KING CITY, Calif. - Angel Pineda tucked his white cowboy hat under a folding chair in the packed church hall and listened. First came the civil rights presentation - on what to do if pulled over by police. " I want a lawyer ," American Civil Liberties Union staffer Daisy Vieyra, who had come from San Francisco, enunciated in English. "I want a lawyer," the crowd repeated. Then came the indignation, as local residents and advocates from outside this southern Salinas Valley agricultural community made it clear that tomorrow's King City will not be the same as yesterday's.
HOME & GARDEN
March 26, 2011
Woodworkers will tell you that it's incredibly easy to ruin a beautiful, handcrafted design with a lousy finish. Brian Miller, the wood finisher for Don and Natalie Kick's house, should know. In the industry for 36 years, he is an expert in centuries'-old methods of coloring wood with dyes and chemicals. "Coloring wood is a dying art these days," Miller said, no pun intended. "Everyone wants to stain wood ? and I'll do that too if a client wants it. But stains hide the grain because they deposit pigments into the wood that prevent light from penetrating.
SPORTS
February 25, 1990 | BRIAN MURPHY
The North Hollywood High coach shut the door behind him and stared at his basketball team seated in the conference room. He stared at Dana Jones, the team's 6-foot-6 do-everything center. He stared at Harry Marks, the 6-3 shooting forward. The rest of the team--point guard Robert Hill, off-guard Tommy Byrdsong, forward Eric Jackson--also fell under his baleful glare. "Coach," the team pleaded on this Monday early in February, "we aren't going to have any time to practice."
BUSINESS
December 25, 2012 | By Shan Li, Los Angeles Times
The tipsy crowd leaned in to take a gander at contestant No. 1: Natalie Novoa was sporting a flashing Christmas sweater bedazzled with pompoms, sequins and a stuffed gingerbread man. With Christmas fast approaching, she twirled on a chair showing off her forest green pullover as it twinkled red, blue and green - lighting up the dark Silver Lake bar. She was vying with four other holiday-hued patrons this week for the coveted title of "ugliest holiday...
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 4, 1992 | CHRISTOPHER PUMMER
A staff member for Rep. Elton Gallegly (R-Simi Valley) will be in Fillmore on Monday morning to meet with area residents, a spokesman said. Anyone within Gallegly's district needing help with federal agencies or wanting to offer views on federal issues is invited to meet with Gallegly aide Brian Miller between 9 a.m. and noon in the City Council chambers at 524 Sespe Ave.
HOME & GARDEN
March 26, 2011
Woodworkers will tell you that it's incredibly easy to ruin a beautiful, handcrafted design with a lousy finish. Brian Miller, the wood finisher for Don and Natalie Kick's house, should know. In the industry for 36 years, he is an expert in centuries'-old methods of coloring wood with dyes and chemicals. "Coloring wood is a dying art these days," Miller said, no pun intended. "Everyone wants to stain wood ? and I'll do that too if a client wants it. But stains hide the grain because they deposit pigments into the wood that prevent light from penetrating.
SPORTS
February 25, 1990 | BRIAN MURPHY
The North Hollywood High coach shut the door behind him and stared at his basketball team seated in the conference room. He stared at Dana Jones, the team's 6-foot-6 do-everything center. He stared at Harry Marks, the 6-3 shooting forward. The rest of the team--point guard Robert Hill, off-guard Tommy Byrdsong, forward Eric Jackson--also fell under his baleful glare. "Coach," the team pleaded on this Monday early in February, "we aren't going to have any time to practice."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 21, 1992 | KAY SAILLANT
People with questions about the military, taxes and other matters related to federal agencies can attend a workshop today put on by Rep. Elton Gallegly (R-Simi Valley). Brian Miller, a representative for Gallegly, will be in Port Hueneme City Hall from 9 a.m. to noon to meet with area residents who need help or would like to voice their opinions on federal issues.
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