November 17, 1995 |
Edison Announces Restructuring: In anticipation of the state's deregulation of the electric power industry, Southern California Edison Co. and its parent, SCECorp., announced a restructuring to streamline the company and ease decision making. Among other things, the restructuring creates several new business units devoted to electricity generation, power transportation and customer service within the utility, accountable directly to Stephen E. Frank, Edison president and chief operating officer.
January 5, 2010
A shrinking aerospace industry Southern California was once a center of the aerospace industry, but the number of aircraft companies headquartered here has been steadily shrinking. Some key events: 1967: Douglas Aircraft of Long Beach merges with McDonnell Aircraft, forming St. Louis-based McDonnell Douglas Corp., which is acquired by Boeing Co. in 1997. 1995: Lockheed Corp., headquartered in Calabasas and with major operations in Burbank, merges with Martin Marietta Corp.
May 17, 1992
A free checklist/brochure, "Selecting a Professional Remodeling Contractor," is available from the National Assn. of the Remodeling Industry of Southern California. The brochure may be obtained by writing NARI of Southern California, 211 S. State College Blvd., No. 379, Anaheim, Calif. 92806.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 22, 1992
So the Spruce Goose is moving to Oregon. Funny, one can almost see Howard Hughes at the controls, flying away from the rotting aerospace industry in Southern California. I guess it's really not so funny after all. JACK FARLEY San Pedro
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 4, 2012 |
A Chino Hills residence allegedly housing women from China who want to give birth to U.S.-citizen children is on the verge of being shut down by the city after complaints about traffic and a sewage spill. The home is on a hilltop at the end of a long driveway on Woodglen Drive, an area zoned for single family houses. City officials have issued a cease and desist order, alleging that the site is being used as a hotel in a rural residential zone. They plan to take the property owner to court.
August 28, 1992 |
Calstart Awarded $1.8-Million Retraining Grant: Funded by California's employment training tax, the contract will pay for retraining up to 335 workers to help them make a transition from defense and aerospace work to such new industries as manufacturing parts for electric cars.