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November 21, 1999 | MEGAN GARVEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jolted out of bed a month ago by the 7.1-magnitude earthquake, Gerald Miller's first concern was for the crumbling Mission San Juan Capistrano ruins he has labored for most of the decade to preserve. "I thought, 'Oh no! I should get down there to see what happened,' " said Miller, the director of the historic mission. "Then I thought: 'Once I get there, what will I do?'
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 21, 1999 | MEGAN GARVEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jolted out of bed a month ago by the 7.1-magnitude earthquake, Gerald Miller's first concern was for the crumbling Mission San Juan Capistrano ruins he has labored for most of the decade to preserve. "I thought, 'Oh no! I should get down there to see what happened,' " said Miller, the director of the historic mission. "Then I thought: 'Once I get there, what will I do?'
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August 4, 1994 | PAUL LIEBERMAN
With the scheduled reopening of the earthquake-ravaged Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum a month away, Coliseum officials Wednesday resolved the last major historic-preservation issue holding up the mammoth repair effort. Don C. Webb, who is directing the project, told a meeting of the Coliseum Commission that state preservation officials--who have veto power over modifications of the historic landmark--have agreed to allow demolition of the facility's ramshackle press box.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 4, 1994 | PAUL LIEBERMAN
With the scheduled reopening of the earthquake-ravaged Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum a month away, Coliseum officials Wednesday resolved the last major historic-preservation issue holding up the mammoth repair effort. Don C. Webb, who is directing the project, told a meeting of the Coliseum Commission that state preservation officials--who have veto power over modifications of the historic landmark--have agreed to allow demolition of the facility's ramshackle press box.
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