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July 24, 2001 | TERENCE MONMANEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Seldom are government bureaucrats criticized for moving too quickly, but so goes the battle here over a power plant slated for the sun-blasted grounds of a men's prison. The proposed plant--big enough to supply 135,000 homes--is one of five in California that have been licensed to start up despite exceeding pollution standards as part of Gov. Gray Davis' rush to bring more power online.
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August 14, 2001 | BUCK WARGO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Four months after she moved into her dream house in a newly minted subdivision, Cathie Kunkel got a grisly reminder of the dairy farm that had been there before. A contractor digging a hole in her backyard for a small pond and planter unearthed several cow carcasses Friday. Sickened by the smell and concerned about the health effects for her and her three children, Kunkel temporarily moved out of the home on St. Andrews Street and into a hotel.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 14, 2001 | BUCK WARGO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Four months after she moved into her dream house in a newly minted subdivision, Cathie Kunkel got a grisly reminder of the dairy farm that had been there before. A contractor digging a hole in her backyard for a small pond and planter unearthed several cow carcasses Friday. Sickened by the smell and concerned about the health effects for her and her three children, Kunkel temporarily moved out of the home on St. Andrews Street and into a hotel.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 24, 2001 | TERENCE MONMANEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Seldom are government bureaucrats criticized for moving too quickly, but so goes the battle here over a power plant slated for the sun-blasted grounds of a men's prison. The proposed plant--big enough to supply 135,000 homes--is one of five in California that have been licensed to start up despite exceeding pollution standards as part of Gov. Gray Davis' rush to bring more power online.
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April 27, 1995 | ALAN EYERLY
Expressing concern about flight restrictions and other limitations, organizers of Smith's Balloon Festival have decided to move the event from Tustin Ranch in Orange County to Chino Hills in San Bernardino County. The festival, which debuted last fall on property owned by the Irvine Co., drew more than 102,000 spectators who watched mass ascensions of colorful hot-air balloons and heard concerts by Randy Travis, the Beach Boys, America and other musical groups.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 27, 1995 | ALAN EYERLY
Expressing concern about flight restrictions and other limitations, organizers of Smith's Balloon Festival have decided to move the event from Tustin Ranch in Orange County to Chino Hills in San Bernardino County. The festival, which debuted last fall on property owned by the Irvine Co., drew more than 102,000 spectators who watched mass ascensions of colorful hot-air balloons and heard concerts by Randy Travis, the Beach Boys, America and other musical groups.
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