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November 25, 1998 | LESLIE EARNEST, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jeff Lopez got into the Christmas decorating business because he wanted to work only three months a year and kick back the rest of the time. Fat chance. Lopez has done such a good job of snagging big contracts with cities and shopping malls that his company, Santa Ana-based Dekra-Lite Industries Inc., is busy all year. It has some of the largest high-profile decorating assignments in Orange and Los Angeles counties--including South Coast Plaza, Fashion Island and the city of Beverly Hills.
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November 25, 1998 | LESLIE EARNEST, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jeff Lopez got into the Christmas decorating business because he wanted to work only three months a year and kick back the rest of the time. Fat chance. Lopez has done such a good job of snagging big contracts with cities and shopping malls that his company, Santa Ana-based Dekra-Lite Industries Inc., is busy all year. It has some of the largest high-profile decorating assignments in Orange and Los Angeles counties--including South Coast Plaza, Fashion Island and the city of Beverly Hills.
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November 25, 1998 | LESLIE EARNEST, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jeff Lopez got into the Christmas decorating business because he wanted to work only three months a year and kick back the rest of the time. Fat chance. Lopez has done such a good job of snagging big contracts with cities and shopping malls that his company, Santa Ana-based Dekra-Lite Industries Inc., is busy all year. It now has some of the largest high-profile decorating assignments in Los Angeles and Orange counties, including South Coast Plaza, Fashion Island and the city of Beverly Hills.
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November 17, 2000 | NANCY RIVERA BROOKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Could this be the year the grid stole Christmas? The latest threat to the stability of California's electricity grid looms the day after Thanksgiving, when homes and businesses start plugging in their holiday lights. The merry twinkle adds an estimated 1,000 megawatts of consumption--equal to the production of a nuclear power plant--and that has state power officials worried as they scramble each day to round up enough electrons to meet the electricity needs of about 75% of Californians.
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