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April 17, 1997 | E. Scott Reckard
An Irvine man has pleaded guilty to a scam at his Huntington Beach landscaping company that cheated the government out of $625,000 in payroll and unemployment taxes. Roger William Borland, 44, who was president of Environments West Inc., pleaded guilty in Los Angeles federal court Monday to conspiracy, corporate tax evasion, and falsifying his own returns. EWI's former vice president, Gregory J. Novosel, had pleaded guilty April 3 to conspiracy and tax evasion.
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April 17, 1997 | E. Scott Reckard
An Irvine man has pleaded guilty to a scam at his Huntington Beach landscaping company that cheated the government out of $625,000 in payroll and unemployment taxes. Roger William Borland, 44, who was president of Environments West Inc., pleaded guilty in Los Angeles federal court Monday to conspiracy, corporate tax evasion, and falsifying his own returns. EWI's former vice president, Gregory J. Novosel, had pleaded guilty April 3 to conspiracy and tax evasion.
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April 3, 1997 | E. SCOTT RECKARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Dana Point man pleaded guilty Wednesday to helping his former boss at a Huntington Beach landscaping company cheat the government out of $625,000 in payroll and unemployment taxes. Gregory J. Novosel, 46, who was vice president of Environments West Inc., pleaded guilty in federal court in Los Angeles to single counts of conspiracy and tax evasion. Novosel said he helped set up a sham company to conceal the now-defunct EWI's payment of wages and avoid payroll taxes from 1989 through 1991.
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July 24, 1997 | TINA NGUYEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two Orange County men who ran a Huntington Beach landscaping company were sentenced Wednesday to federal prison for evading about $625,000 in payroll and unemployment taxes. A U.S. District Court judge in Los Angeles sentenced Irvine resident Roger W. Borland, 44, the former president of Environments West Inc., to two years in prison for conspiracy, corporate tax evasion and falsifying his tax returns. The company's former vice president, Gregory J.
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June 30, 1985
An apartment project in Rancho Cucamonga and a commercial facility in Santa Fe Springs were among the projects honored this month by the California Landscape Contractors Assn., Long Beach-Orange County chapter, the organization's largest chapter. The President's Award, given to the best entry in any landscape installation category, went to South Shores Landscaping, Mission Viejo, for Pepperwood Apartments, Rancho Cucamonga.
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