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November 17, 1992 | JACK SEARLES
Two Ventura County companies will play key roles in construction of a 42-mile pipeline that will bring state water to Santa Barbara County. One of the firms, Staal, Gardner & Dunne, a Ventura-based geotechnical engineering company, has already begun to study soil and rock conditions along the project's route from Vandenberg Air Force Base to Lake Cachuma north of Santa Barbara.
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January 19, 1993 | JACK SEARLES, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Sometime in 1994, if all goes according to schedule, giant earthmovers and cranes will be busily at work building a 42-mile water pipeline from Vandenberg Air Force Base in northern Santa Barbara County to Lake Cachuma, near the city of Santa Barbara. By the time it's completed and state water is being relayed to Santa Barbara around mid-1996, the project, including a water-treatment plant in San Luis Obispo County, will have cost about $120 million.
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BUSINESS
January 19, 1993 | JACK SEARLES, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Sometime in 1994, if all goes according to schedule, giant earthmovers and cranes will be busily at work building a 42-mile water pipeline from Vandenberg Air Force Base in northern Santa Barbara County to Lake Cachuma, near the city of Santa Barbara. By the time it's completed and state water is being relayed to Santa Barbara around mid-1996, the project, including a water-treatment plant in San Luis Obispo County, will have cost about $120 million.
BUSINESS
November 17, 1992 | JACK SEARLES
Two Ventura County companies will play key roles in construction of a 42-mile pipeline that will bring state water to Santa Barbara County. One of the firms, Staal, Gardner & Dunne, a Ventura-based geotechnical engineering company, has already begun to study soil and rock conditions along the project's route from Vandenberg Air Force Base to Lake Cachuma north of Santa Barbara.
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October 10, 2000
* Medical Analysis Systems Inc. in Camarillo has promoted Scot Kinghorn to vice president of operations and Darwin Richardson Jr. to vice president of quality and regulatory affairs. Kinghorn will oversee the daily manufacturing operations for the company's clinical diagnostics business. Before joining Medical Analysis Systems, he was employed at Merck's EM Science division, where he served as quality control manager and manager of process development.
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