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October 27, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
Federal immigration authorities in Paterson said they will try to speed up the release of people arrested after the terrorist attacks once the FBI clears them of criminal involvement. Immigration and Naturalization Service officials told representatives of area Muslim communities they will expedite paperwork and approvals and inform community leaders. The meeting followed Tuesday's death of Muhammed Rafiq Butt, who was arrested Sept. 19 but cleared of involvement.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 28, 1997 | REGINA HONG
Hoping to forge ties between the business community and schools, campuses throughout Ventura County will be hosting guests to shadow a principal for the day. The March 18 event, geared toward business and community leaders, will allow a guest to work alongside a principal from 7:30 a.m. to 1 p.m at participating schools. "This program, which we try to offer every year, provides insights to both educators and community leaders," said Charles Weis, county superintendent of schools.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 31, 1991
Enough! I read today that Ventura County wishes to build a jail on 157 acres of agricultural land near Santa Paula. I also recently read that the city of Oxnard hopes to condemn a large parcel of agricultural property for a new school. And, of course, builders constantly hunger for other wonderfully flat, ready-to-build-on pieces of agricultural land in this area. When are our community leaders going to wake up and smell the coffee? Parts of California are blessed with soil and climate conditions unmatched anywhere else in the country.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 16, 1992 | HYUNG-KI JIM, Economic adviser to the Los Angeles-based Korean-American Business Assn. and professor of finance, Cal Poly Pomona.; Compiled by George White and Danielle Masterson for The Times
To improve relations and meet the human relations needs, we all need to respect and understand the cultural heritage and the cultural characteristics of the various communities in Los Angeles because there are a lot of perception problems and misunderstandings. The first thing we have to do is get leaders from the various racial and ethnic communities to meet and identify problems and areas of misunderstanding.
BUSINESS
May 23, 2012 | By Salvador Rodriguez
Gigabit Squared, a start-up based in Ohio, announced it would bring gigabit broadband speeds to six communities across the country through a new program that has secured $200 million in funding. The Gigabit Neighborhood Gateway Program will be in partnership with Gig.U, a group of more than 30 research universities across the country, and will bring the select communities Internet speeds "from 100 to 1,000 times faster than what Americans have today," according to a statement released Wednesday.  "To see Gigabit Squared emerge so strongly today proves that yes, America needs an upgrade; and that yes, there are innovators and investors willing to step up to get it done,” said Blair Levin, executive director of Gig.U.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 26, 1991
The Santa Clarita Valley's largest developer received tentative approval Monday for the second phase of a 12,000-unit, master-planned community north of Valencia. The county Regional Planning Commission unanimously approved a proposal by Newhall Land and Farming Co. to build 1,815 housing units and two shopping centers in the community of North River. The Board of Supervisors is expected to give final approval in coming months to this phase, known as East Copperhill.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 6, 1992
Re: "Eu Criticized for Attending Soka Event" (Jan. 22): Soka spokeswoman Bernetta Reade is quoted as saying the Japanese language classes were a first for American students--"an offering to the community." If this is true, why were no community leaders invited to this little "tea party?" Perhaps they were not invited because community opposition to the planned Soka expansion is too strong, and local involvement has been found to generate unfavorable publicity. Much easier to sneak in an unsuspecting (possibly)
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 13, 1996 | SUSAN ABRAM
Coro Southern California, a national nonprofit organization that provides free training for potential community leaders, will accept applications through Monday for a leadership training course in Pacoima. The Los Angeles-based group is looking for 16 community members interested in participating in the Neighborhood Leaders Program.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 16, 2013 | By Carlos Lozano
Responding to a rash of shootings in their community, Santa Monica residents and community leaders will hold a vigil and procession Sunday evening to call for peace and healing. Organizers said a gunman's shooting rampage on June 7 that left six dead was followed by three other shooting incidents that left one dead and two others injured. “Although we have reduced gang and youth violence in recent years, the incidents of the past few days are a wake-up call that our city must not regress in its effort to address” the violence, Oscar de la Torre, a Santa Monica school board member, said in a prepared statement.
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