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REAL ESTATE
July 3, 1988
Congratulations to David W. Myers for a job well done with the article on the problems of hazardous waste and toxic materials (June 12). I think articles such as this by writers who obviously understand the topic are most beneficial to the commercial real estate industry. ALEXIS A. FAFENRODT Los Angeles
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REAL ESTATE
September 25, 1988
I read with great interest David W. Myers' article "Home Major Battleground on Pollution" (Aug. 28). I passed the article to all my friends, and they were all very interested and willing to start the war against pollution in our own homes. HELENE JEANNEL Los Angeles
NEWS
March 25, 2013 | By Caitlin Keller
Have you sorted out what and where you'll be eating on Easter? Whether you're looking to go out or stay in with takeout, here's a list of places around town offering Easter treats, brunch and supper: Asia de Cuba: Honey-glazed Kurobuta pork belly, "Ropa Vieja" of duck and char siu beef short ribs are all part of Asia de Cuba at the Mondrian hotel's new dim sum brunch menu. The new items will debut Easter Sunday. Brunch is $49 per person and includes the traditional brunch, dim sum stations and one signature cocktail.
FOOD
June 15, 2012 | By Jonathan Gold, Los Angeles Times Restaurant Critic
The first time you come to n/naka, a kaiseki restaurant a bit north of Sony studios in the Palms area of Los Angeles, you will inevitably soar right by the place, a low, featureless building in a strip of dry cleaners and tarot-card readers surrounded by a raked zen garden in 50 shades of gray. There is no sign, no valet parking, no hint that you are entering a restaurant instead of a high-toned back office. When you find your way through the front door, you will be greeted by name - reservations are mandatory - and led through the spare, elegant dining room to a serene private room or possibly a nook that looks like the sleeping alcove in an expensive Manhattan studio apartment.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 12, 1992 | BLAINE HALLEY
The Palmdale City Council has decided to make its meetings more user friendly by moving the public comments segment from the end of the sessions to the beginning. The meetings also will start at 7 p.m., instead of 7:30. The council's regular meetings are held once a month, and typically have lengthy agendas that delay the public testimony on non-agenda issues to as late as midnight.
BUSINESS
November 14, 2002 | From Bloomberg News and Associated Press
WorldCom Inc.'s former controller, David Myers, and ex-accounting chief, Buford Yates Jr., have reached a tentative settlement of civil fraud charges with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Lawyers for Myers, Yates and the SEC told a federal judge that they had reached a tentative settlement of the civil case. Most of the terms weren't made public, though the parties said a hearing may be held at a later date to determine how much Myers and Yates should pay in fines and other damages.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 2, 1992 | JOCELYN Y. STEWART
The Palmdale City Council this week appointed city Planning Commission member Teri Jones to fill a council vacancy created in the municipal election last month. Jones, owner of a real estate office and past president of the city's major homeowner group, will fill the remaining two years in the term of Jim Ledford, a councilman who was elected mayor April 14. The council voted 4 to 0 to appoint Jones, effective May 14.
SPORTS
November 22, 1991 | MARTIN HENDERSON
Unseeded Coronado High School disregarded the seedings and played the kind of water polo that has earned it the past three 3-A San Diego Section titles. The Islanders (26-4) upset top-seeded Poway, 6-2, to reach the finals Saturday. Coronado faces Monte Vista at the Jewish Community Center at 5:30 p.m. in the first game of a championship doubleheader. Poway (25-5) couldn't get the kind of quality shots it needed.
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