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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 15, 1993
A stolen trailer containing $1 million worth of blood plasma was found Friday in the City of Industry, and its refrigerated cargo apparently was undamaged, Los Angeles County sheriff's spokeswoman Irma Becerra said. The trailer, which belongs to Trans Medic Carriers of Jeffersonville, Ind., was stolen between 6 and 11:30 p.m. Thursday in the 12000 block of Garvey Avenue in El Monte, she said. A security guard who heard about the theft tipped off deputies to the trailer's location, Becerra said.
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NEWS
March 1, 1985
The mysterious hot tub death of a 22-year-old Whittier woman in an El Monte motel was under investigation today by police and the coroner's office. Wendy Jean Davis apparently died in the tub, and her boyfriend was found unconscious on the floor nearby Thursday afternoon. They were found in their room at the Victory Motel on Garvey Avenue by another couple who had come to visit them.
NEWS
January 20, 1991
City officials have changed the location of a ceremony Saturday honoring potato chip queen Laura Scudder. The noon ceremony, originally set to take place at the corner of Atlantic Boulevard and Garvey Avenue, will instead be held at Langley Senior Citizens Center, 400 W. Emerson Ave. At a date to be set later, city officials will install a plaque at the intersection of Atlantic and Garvey, near the site of Scudder's original potato chip factory.
NEWS
January 17, 1991
A week after the death of former Mayor Kenneth Gribble, several residents are asking that Ramona Avenue be renamed Kenny Gribble Drive. The City Council has agreed to look into the possibility of changing the street's name to honor Gribble, who died of cancer Jan. 6. He was 81. Gribble served on the council from 1966-74, and was a prominent businessman.
NEWS
November 29, 1990
Time finally ran out Tuesday for a proposed subdivision on Edwards Avenue south of Garvey Avenue. The City Council upheld the Planning Commission's May 21 ruling against the eight-home project, despite testimony from neighbors. The neighbors said the project would bring improvements to an area plagued by drug trafficking. Owner Fun S. Psang had appealed the Planning Commission ruling and proposed widening Edwards Avenue.
NEWS
November 28, 1985
The City Council voted 4 to 1 to approve a conditional-use permit to allow a developer to remodel the closed Safeway store at Atlantic Boulevard and Garvey Avenue into a bank, five offices, a restaurant and seven stores. Councilman Cam Briglio voted against the permit, arguing that the plan called for too many little stores.
NEWS
April 30, 1987
The City Council has rejected a developer's appeal for a zoning change that would have allowed him to build a 39-unit motel on a half-acre site near the San Bernardino Freeway. Donald Cotten proposed building the three-story motel on Garvey Avenue North on a site zoned for industrial use but slated for service and neighborhood commercial use in the city's 1985 general plan.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 27, 2011
Hop right into the year of the rabbit at the Lunar New Year Festival in downtown Monterey Park. There will be traditional food, gift vendors, live entertainment and carnival-style roller coasters at the event to shepherd in the new year. And, of course, what's Chinese new year without the lion and dragon dancers? Downtown business district, Garvey Avenue between Garfield and Nicholson avenues. 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Sat.-Sun. Free. http://www.ci.monterey-park.ca.us
NEWS
February 26, 1987
The city will close Hitchcock Drive where it intersects with Garvey Avenue for six months beginning Monday. City officials hope to learn whether this move will stop motorists from using Hitchcock, which cuts through a residential neighborhood, to avoid the heavily traveled intersection of Garvey Avenue and Atlantic Boulevard. City Public Works Director Terry James said that of 500 households in the area responding to a survey, half favored the closure and half opposed it.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 17, 1996
The owner of a Rosemead supermarket was killed Tuesday when he tried to shoot it out with an apparent bandit, a Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy said. "It was a possible robbery, but that has not been confirmed yet," said Deputy Benita Nichol. The owner of Del Mar Foods on Garvey Avenue was leaving about 2:20 p.m. when a gunman approached, Nichol said. "The suspect and victim produced handguns and exchanged gunfire," said Deputy Matthew Rodriguez.
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