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August 9, 1993 | LESLIE EARNEST
After being dry-docked in June because of budget cuts, the city's only lifeguard boat is back in the water, rescued by donations from local businesses and the Emerald Bay Community Assn. Head lifeguard Mike Dwinell said that people began calling the lifeguard station and City Hall shortly after word that the boat had been dry-docked was publicized last month. "People said, 'I can't give very much, but I'd be willing to pledge this amount of money,' " Dwinell said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 9, 1993 | LESLIE EARNEST
After being dry-docked in June because of budget cuts, the city's only lifeguard boat is back in the water, rescued by donations from local businesses and the Emerald Bay Community Assn. Head lifeguard Mike Dwinell said that people began calling the lifeguard station and City Hall shortly after word that the boat had been dry-docked was publicized last month. "People said, 'I can't give very much, but I'd be willing to pledge this amount of money,' " Dwinell said.
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October 19, 1997 | GEOFF BOUCHER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Security guard William D. Owen arrived for his 1995 job interview in posh Emerald Bay with a sharp suit, a firm handshake and a state license that assured his soon-to-be employers that he was a sentry to be trusted. But before long, he was leaving his graveyard shift at the exclusive oceanside enclave with his pockets stuffed with new credit cards and checks pulled from the mail boxes of vacationing millionaires.
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