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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 13, 1992
Hermosa Beach has spiked a proposal to charge admission for the beach volleyball championship the city has hosted for the last eight years, prompting the promoter of the event to threaten to move the contest. The Assn. of Volleyball Professionals said it wants to install paid VIP seating around center court at all of the 24 cities on the 1992 tour to increase the professional aura of the sport, raise money and create a less raucous environment.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 2, 1997
Now that the newly renovated Pier Plaza is almost complete, city officials are hoping a developer whose success at adding shops in downtown business districts such as Old Town Pasadena and Santa Monica's Third Street Promenade will help add retail space in the beach town's downtown district. Under a tentative agreement between the city and CIM Group and Federal Realty Investment Trust, which is in the process of purchasing the historic Bijou Cinemas building for $1.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 2, 1997
Now that the newly renovated Pier Plaza is almost complete, city officials are hoping a developer whose success at adding shops in downtown business districts such as Old Town Pasadena and Santa Monica's Third Street Promenade will help add retail space in the beach town's downtown district. Under a tentative agreement between the city and CIM Group and Federal Realty Investment Trust, which is in the process of purchasing the historic Bijou Cinemas building for $1.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 13, 1992
Hermosa Beach has spiked a proposal to charge admission for the beach volleyball championship the city has hosted for the last eight years, prompting the promoter of the event to threaten to move the contest. The Assn. of Volleyball Professionals said it wants to install paid VIP seating around center court at all of the 24 cities on the 1992 tour to increase the professional aura of the sport, raise money and create a less raucous environment.
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