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May 22, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The New York Knicks are expected to hire their new coach within a week, and Pat Riley, whose winning percentage with the Lakers is the best of any coach in NBA history, is the No. 1 candidate. Riley compiled a 533-194 (.733) record and won four league championships in nine seasons with the Lakers.
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May 22, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The New York Knicks are expected to hire their new coach within a week, and Pat Riley, whose winning percentage with the Lakers is the best of any coach in NBA history, is the No. 1 candidate. Riley compiled a 533-194 (.733) record and won four league championships in nine seasons with the Lakers.
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BUSINESS
June 25, 1996 | BARBARA MURPHY
A variety of business, education and computer science classes are being presented by Cal Lutheran University's Office of Continuing Education through August. Most of the courses will be taught on CLU's Thousand Oaks campus, although there also will be classes offered at CLU's Woodland Hills Graduate Center, Ascension Lutheran Day School in Thousand Oaks and sites in Ventura, Moorpark, Solvang and Tarzana.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 16, 1999 | Kristiane M. Ridgway, (949) 764-4309
Nearly 60% of Orange County's business leaders are opposed to an international airport at the former El Toro Marine Corps Air Station, according to a survey commissioned by Irvine. The survey, which cost $35,000, found that 59% of those polled said that the county's quality of life would deteriorate if the airport is built, making it more difficult to attract talented workers to the area. About two-thirds of surveyed business leaders said that the airport also would drag down property values.
OPINION
May 19, 1985
The City of Los Angeles Board of Civil Service Commissioners wholeheartedly agrees with the opinions expressed in your editorial (May 1), "Good Faith Is Not Shared". The U.S. Justice Department's recent attempts to void the affirmative action provisions of court-approved consent decrees runs contrary to the goals and interests of the City of Los Angeles. Affirmative action programs in the Police Department and Fire Department have resulted in the appointment of significant numbers of women and minorities and have brought this city closer to its goal of employing a workforce that is reflective of the diverse citizenry it serves.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 26, 1993 | LESLIE BERKMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Eight people, including corporate executives, a minority hiring advocate and elected officials were honored Friday evening at an annual awards presentation of the Orange County Black Chamber of Commerce. Two top Walt Disney Co. executives, corporate President Frank Wells and Disneyland President Jack Lindquist, received the Distinguished Service Award for contributing to "the elevation of blacks and other minorities."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 7, 1996
As a resident of Orange for over 10 years, with two children in grammar school, the Oct. 20 Orange County Voices article by John F. Rossmann piqued my interest. It appears that Rossmann's hypothesis is that the Orange Unified School District's problems are reflected in a school board membership not to his liking because (among other undisclosed transgressions) a health program for children, including Latinos, was not considered appropriate for the school district to undertake. Yet the source of the problem, we are told by Rossmann, is the school board election process itself, which he says is "unfair," even not democratic.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 7, 1996
As a resident of Orange for over 10 years, with two children in grammar school, the Oct. 20 Orange County Voices article by John F. Rossmann piqued my interest. It appears that Rossmann's hypothesis is that the Orange Unified School District's problems are reflected in a school board membership not to his liking because (among other undisclosed transgressions) a health program for children, including Latinos, was not considered appropriate for the school district to undertake. Yet the source of the problem, we are told by Rossmann, is the school board election process itself, which he says is "unfair," even not democratic.
NEWS
February 8, 1990 | MARTHA L. WILLMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Thirteen is a lucky number for Scott H. Howard, Glendale's newly appointed city attorney. That's the number of years it took Howard to rise from junior member of the city attorney's staff to head of the department. He succeeds Frank R. Manzano, who retired in November at the age of 62 after 13 years as city attorney.
NEWS
April 17, 1990 | JOHN O'DELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A growing number of local executives say Orange County's healthy business climate is being severely damaged by traffic congestion and premium housing costs, researchers at UC Irvine said Monday. And for the first time since the university began its Orange County Executive Survey in 1987, executives cited increasing problems in recruiting employees--especially for management, professional and technical slots.
NEWS
June 5, 1986 | BARBARA BAIRD, Times Staff Writer
The California Assn. of the Physically Handicapped will demonstrate at UCLA on Friday to protest members' "extreme dissatisfaction" with university enrollment and hiring practices for the disabled. The 10 a.m. protest at Murphy Hall will be co-sponsored by the Los Angeles City Council on Disability. Also participating will be Friends of Fernald, a group that is fighting UCLA's plans to close the Fernald School for the learning-handicapped on June 30.
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