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July 10, 1992 | ANDREA MAIER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Southern California Gas Co. said Thursday that it will close four of its nine administrative headquarters by the end of 1993, eliminating 158 jobs as part of an ongoing cost-cutting program. The announcement drew immediate criticism from officials of SoCal Gas' largest labor union, which has blasted the company's reorganization as detrimental to employees and consumers. The company said regional offices in Visalia, Tujunga, Santa Barbara and San Dimas will be shut by the end of 1993.
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July 10, 1992 | ANDREA MAIER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Southern California Gas Co. said Thursday that it will close four of its nine administrative headquarters by the end of 1993, eliminating 158 jobs as part of an ongoing cost-cutting program. The announcement drew immediate criticism from officials of SoCal Gas' largest labor union, which has blasted the company's reorganization as detrimental to employees and consumers. The company said regional offices in Visalia, Tujunga, Santa Barbara and San Dimas will be shut by the end of 1993.
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