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October 12, 1993 | JACK SEARLES
Bidders aren't falling over each other in a rush to operate restaurants on two city-owned beach properties in Ventura. Only one new applicant met an extended deadline for filing bids to develop and operate a restaurant at the foot of the just-reopened Ventura Pier, bringing the total number of applicants to four. A short walk from the pier, a vacant site formerly occupied by a seaside cafe adjoining the Holiday Inn has drawn just a single bidder. The new applicant for the pier location is H.E.G.
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October 12, 1993 | JACK SEARLES
Bidders aren't falling over each other in a rush to operate restaurants on two city-owned beach properties in Ventura. Only one new applicant met an extended deadline for filing bids to develop and operate a restaurant at the foot of the just-reopened Ventura Pier, bringing the total number of applicants to four. A short walk from the pier, a vacant site formerly occupied by a seaside cafe adjoining the Holiday Inn has drawn just a single bidder. The new applicant for the pier location is H.E.G.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 20, 1987
The City Council has decided to end negotiations with a Seattle caterer who wanted to operate a restaurant on the pier. The council now will try to work out an agreement with a Newport Beach company. The council Monday night rejected the proposal for an upscale seafood restaurant by Hal Griffith of H.E.G. Enterprises Inc. It voted to hire a leasing agent to negotiate instead with Ruby's Diner, a 1940s-style eatery.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 12, 1987 | NANCY WRIDE, Times Staff Writer
The Seal Beach City Council postponed a decision Monday night on a proposed restaurant operation for the Seal Beach Pier because council members want to make further changes in the proposed lease and because a key councilman was absent.
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April 29, 1987 | NANCY WRIDE, Times Staff Writer
The Blue Elephant is what some Seal Beach residents have called the building. Some of them get very emotional about the place, the unoccupied restaurant at the end of the Seal Beach pier. Monday night was no exception as an overflow crowd of about 150 attended the Seal Beach City Council meeting to discuss and listen to proposed plans for the operation of the blue restaurant building, which was completed last September but remains unoccupied.
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