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March 20, 1990 | From a Times Staff Writer
An Orange County Superior Court jury has awarded $14.5 million to an Irvine contractor who charged that an Australian quarry company breached a contract to supply him with material, the contractor and his attorney said. The award was made Friday to J.W. Mitchell, who said he filed suit a year ago against Boral Industries of Sydney, Australia, to recover his losses. Mitchell's attorney, John Charles Goodman, said the matter arose out of the $17.
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March 20, 1990 | From a Times Staff Writer
An Orange County Superior Court jury has awarded $14.5 million to an Irvine contractor who charged that an Australian quarry company breached a contract to supply him with material, the contractor and his attorney said. The award was made Friday to J.W. Mitchell, who said he filed suit a year ago against Boral Industries of Sydney, Australia, to recover his losses. Mitchell's attorney, John Charles Goodman, said the matter arose out of the $17.
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June 8, 1988 | Michael Flagg and John O'Dell, Times staff writers
Covington Technologies in Fullerton said the publicly held developer had reincorporated as a Delaware corporation and changed its name to Covington Development Group Inc. . . . Principal Mutual Life Insurance in Des Moines, Iowa, sold an 85,000-square-foot warehouse leased to Nestle Corp. at 4101 Bonita Place in Fullerton to Newport Beach private investor J.W. Mitchell Jr. for $4.95 million . . .
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March 14, 1987 | John Spano
A $3.2-million county road building project could wind up costing an extra $1.6 million if supervisors approve a tentative deal that could end a bitter legal battle. The agreement would give J. W. Mitchell Co. 50% more than the original contract price and "vindicates" the Orange County construction firm in the legal dispute, the company's lawyer, Richard C. Goodman, said Friday.
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April 18, 1987 | United Press International
A state of emergency was declared Friday night in Richmond as the rain-gorged James River rose onto streets within sight of the Virginia Capitol, and Gov. Gerald L. Baliles placed the National Guard on alert. A spokesman at Richmond's flood command center said the river flooded at least one intersection in Shockoe Bottom, a district of restaurants and shops about a half-mile downhill from the Capitol.
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June 2, 1989 | ANDREA FORD and STEVEN R. CHURM, Times Staff Writers
Officials reacted swiftly Thursday to a pointed Orange County Grand Jury report that accused the county counsel of failing to adequately monitor millions of dollars in billings from private attorneys hired to furnish advice or defend the county against lawsuits. The grand jury's work was praised by county Supervisor Gaddi H. Vasquez and Supervisor Harriett M. Wieder, who said she was "shocked" by the report's findings. "Of all the grand jury reports in recent years, this appears to be one to pay close attention to," Wieder said.
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