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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 1, 1992
Los Angeles County Supervisors on Tuesday tentatively approved a site in the City of Industry for the East Valley Medical Center, choosing not to build the 350-bed hospital near neighborhoods where there was strong community opposition. The board ordered an environmental impact report on the site at the corner of Hacienda and Valley boulevards. About 200 people packed the board chambers to oppose a proposed site east of the 605 Freeway at Rose Hills Road, also in the City of Industry.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 22, 1992 | VICKI TORRES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Despite a last-ditch effort by Supervisor Gloria Molina to keep it alive, prospects look dim for a proposed 350-bed county hospital for the San Gabriel Valley. Although county health officials wanted to drop the facility from a scaled-down, $1.8-billion countywide hospital building and renovation project, Molina persuaded them this week to keep the East Valley Medical Center on the drawing boards, at least until December.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 14, 1991
The El Monte City Council unanimously rejected a request by Los Angeles County on Tuesday to consider two possible sites for a newly proposed East Valley Medical Center. The county, which is seeking about 30 acres for the hospital, asked El Monte to consider a hospital at either Valley Boulevard and Arden Drive or Flair Park, City Administrator Gregory D. Korduner said.
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April 2, 1992 | LORETTA SCHERTZ KELLER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Somewhere near the middle of the San Gabriel Valley, along the southern edge, there's a place called Bassett--or is there? Bassett made news in recent months for blocking the construction of the East Valley Medical Center there. But, other than that, the name seldom is heard. Few other places could better fit Gertrude Stein's celebrated slight, "There's no there there." An unincorporated county area, it has few of the usual communal amenities. There's no chamber of commerce, no town hall, no library, no postal address.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 22, 1992 | VICKI TORRES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Despite a last-ditch effort by Supervisor Gloria Molina to keep it alive, prospects look dim for a proposed 350-bed county hospital for the San Gabriel Valley. Although county health officials wanted to drop the facility from a scaled-down, $1.8-billion countywide hospital building and renovation project, Molina persuaded them this week to keep the East Valley Medical Center on the drawing boards, at least until December.
NEWS
April 2, 1992 | LORETTA SCHERTZ KELLER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Somewhere near the middle of the San Gabriel Valley, along the southern edge, there's a place called Bassett--or is there? Bassett made news in recent months for blocking the construction of the East Valley Medical Center there. But, other than that, the name seldom is heard. Few other places could better fit Gertrude Stein's celebrated slight, "There's no there there." An unincorporated county area, it has few of the usual communal amenities. There's no chamber of commerce, no town hall, no library, no postal address.
NEWS
February 16, 1992
The site for a proposed $378-million county hospital in the San Gabriel Valley will be discussed by Los Angeles County Supervisors on March 3, instead of this Tuesday. The lawmakers asked for the extra time to gather information from two public hearings held last week. The county needs 30 acres on which to build the 350-bed East Valley Medical Center.
NEWS
November 14, 1991
The City Council unanimously rejected a request by Los Angeles County on Tuesday to consider two possible sites for a newly proposed East Valley Medical Center. The county, which is seeking about 30 acres for the hospital, asked El Monte to consider a hospital at either Valley Boulevard and Arden Drive or Flair Park, City Administrator Gregory D. Korduner said.
NEWS
September 16, 1990 | JAMES RAINEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
San Gabriel Valley Medical Center has been in business for more than 30 years, and officials at the 300-bed, private, nonprofit hospital in the city of San Gabriel are not about to share its name. So they were a little vexed last week when Los Angeles County officials referred to a public hospital that has been proposed for Irwindale as . . . the San Gabriel Valley Medical Center. "Patients were confused when they read about it in the newspaper.
NEWS
October 17, 1991
A South El Monte property has been removed from consideration as the site for a county hospital because engineers said the land could be flooded in a severe rainstorm. The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors voted Tuesday to eliminate the property--at the intersection of Santa Anita Avenue and the Pomona (60) Freeway--from a list of possible homes for the East Valley Medical Center.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 1, 1992
Los Angeles County Supervisors on Tuesday tentatively approved a site in the City of Industry for the East Valley Medical Center, choosing not to build the 350-bed hospital near neighborhoods where there was strong community opposition. The board ordered an environmental impact report on the site at the corner of Hacienda and Valley boulevards. About 200 people packed the board chambers to oppose a proposed site east of the 605 Freeway at Rose Hills Road, also in the City of Industry.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 14, 1991
The El Monte City Council unanimously rejected a request by Los Angeles County on Tuesday to consider two possible sites for a newly proposed East Valley Medical Center. The county, which is seeking about 30 acres for the hospital, asked El Monte to consider a hospital at either Valley Boulevard and Arden Drive or Flair Park, City Administrator Gregory D. Korduner said.
NEWS
October 22, 1992 | VICKI TORRES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Despite a last-ditch effort by Supervisor Gloria Molina to keep it alive, prospects look dim for a proposed 350-bed county hospital for the San Gabriel Valley. Although county health officials wanted to drop the facility from a scaled-down, $1.8-billion countywide hospital building and renovation project, Molina persuaded them Tuesday to keep the East Valley Medical Center on the drawing boards, at least until December.
NEWS
June 27, 1991 | JAMES RAINEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
County officials went on the road this week in their search for a home for the proposed East Valley Medical Center. They found a difference of opinion among communities over whether a new hospital would be welcome. Several communities don't want anything to do with the proposed 334-bed hospital. But others want to at least discuss the idea.
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