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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 12, 1996
Word that Hawaiian Gardens voters want their own card club has perked up some ears at Hollywood Park in Inglewood. Hollywood Park officials have sent a check for $10,000 to pay for a card club license in Hawaiian Gardens, as well as $2,500 for a requisite background check. Company officials could not be reached for comment. But city officials question whether the Southern California gambling giant has much of a chance to obtain a card club license.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 26, 1998
The City Council on Tuesday unanimously passed an ordinance that adopts the county Department of Health Services' grading system for restaurants and other food establishments. The county recently established a system of letter grades for restaurants, which are required to post them in their front windows. Under the system, A is best and C is worst.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 29, 1995
Nearly a week after going to the polls, voters in Hawaiian Gardens have learned that they approved a ballot measure to bring poker clubs to this tiny city. The vote for Measure A--965 to 722--capped a high-stakes, raucous campaign punctuated by allegations of stolen property, battery and, according to one opponent, a death threat. A final tally was delayed until Monday night because hundreds of absentee and provisional ballots required county approval before being counted, officials said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 12, 1996
Word that Hawaiian Gardens voters want their own card club has perked up some ears at Hollywood Park in Inglewood. Hollywood Park officials have sent a check for $10,000 to pay for a card club license in Hawaiian Gardens, as well as $2,500 for a requisite background check. Company officials could not be reached for comment. But city officials question whether the Southern California gambling giant has much of a chance to obtain a card club license.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 26, 1998
The City Council on Tuesday unanimously passed an ordinance that adopts the county Department of Health Services' grading system for restaurants and other food establishments. The county recently established a system of letter grades for restaurants, which are required to post them in their front windows. Under the system, A is best and C is worst.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 29, 1995
Nearly a week after going to the polls, voters in Hawaiian Gardens have learned that they approved a ballot measure to bring poker clubs to this tiny city. The vote for Measure A--965 to 722--capped a high-stakes, raucous campaign punctuated by allegations of stolen property, battery and, according to one opponent, a death threat. A final tally was delayed until Monday night because hundreds of absentee and provisional ballots required county approval before being counted, officials said.
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