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January 23, 1988 | CHRIS WOODYARD, Times Staff Writer
The executive director of the Port of Long Beach, James H. McJunkin, has told his top executives that he plans to leave the $102,500-a-year post on Feb. 1 to take a newly created consulting position with the port. McJunkin, 58, widely credited with building the port into one of the most profitable and productive in the nation during his decade-long tenure, will assume the title of international trade and marketing adviser, at a salary of $120,000 a year.
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January 23, 1988 | CHRIS WOODYARD, Times Staff Writer
The executive director of the Port of Long Beach, James H. McJunkin, has told his top executives that he plans to leave the $102,500-a-year post on Feb. 1 to take a newly created consulting position with the port. McJunkin, 58, widely credited with building the port into one of the most profitable and productive in the nation during his decade-long tenure, will assume the title of international trade and marketing adviser, at a salary of $120,000 a year.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 16, 1989
The Port of Long Beach has realigned its top management staff. Executive Director Joseph F. Prevratil, who took over last year, has created three managing director positions to oversee the port's 10 major departments. Leland R. Hill, formerly director of planning, is now managing director of planning and engineering. Paul E. Brown, who served as interim port director before Prevratil's arrival, is now managing director of administration and maintenance. And Steven R.
NEWS
February 16, 1989
The Port of Long Beach has realigned its top management staff. Executive Director Joseph F. Prevratil, who took over last year, has created three managing director positions to oversee the port's 10 major departments. Leland R. Hill, formerly the director of planning, is now the managing director of planning and engineering. Paul E. Brown, who served as interim port director prior to Prevratil's arrival, is now managing director of administration and maintenance. And Steven R.
NEWS
March 2, 1989 | CHRIS WOODYARD, Times Staff Writer
Four top city officials are going to have to wait a few months longer before the City Council decides whether to give them pay raises ranging from 5% to 28%. The council voted, with a single dissent, to have one of its committees reconsider whether the proposed raises are justified and present its findings during budget deliberations in June. "This is a bit of a political hot potato," said Vice Mayor Wallace Edgerton, who led the study that resulted in the pay recommendations.
BUSINESS
April 21, 1988 | CHRIS WOODYARD
The president of Wrather Port Properties Ltd., who is widely credited with turning the money-losing Queen Mary and Spruce Goose into one of Southern California's top tourist attractions, is expected to be named executive director of the Port of Long Beach today. Joseph F. Prevratil would succeed career port executive James H. McJunkin, who unexpectedly left his $102,500-a-year post Feb. 1.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 24, 1988 | CHRIS WOODYARD, Times Staff Writer
For a good time, Joseph F. Prevratil delves into his longtime hobby of parapsychology and metaphysics. But Prevratil, the buttoned-down president of Wrather Port Properties Ltd. who transformed the fading Queen Mary and Spruce Goose attraction into a financial success, hastens to add, "I am not clairvoyant. I cannot look into the future and I have no special skills in that area." Too bad.
NEWS
April 24, 1988 | CHRIS WOODYARD, Times Staff Writer
For a good time, Joseph F. Prevratil delves into his longtime hobby of parapsychology and metaphysics. But Prevratil, the buttoned-down president of Wrather Port Properties Ltd. who transformed the fading Queen Mary and Spruce Goose attraction into a financial success, hastens to add, "I am not clairvoyant. I cannot look into the future and I have no special skills in that area." Too bad.
REAL ESTATE
April 14, 1985 | TERENCE M. GREEN, Times Staff Writer
The final plan for the Long Beach World Trade Center, revealed publicly Monday, shows that when its four development phases are completed, it will contain 2.2 million square feet of commercial space and a major hotel and have a total value of $450 million. The ground lease was signed on April 5 between the Port of Long Beach, which assembled and owns the downtown site, and the developer, IDM/Kajima, a joint venture of Long Beach-based IDM Corp.
NEWS
January 28, 1988 | CHRIS WOODYARD, Times Staff Writer
Wanted: An executive director for the Port of Long Beach. Harbor experience preferred but not necessary. While they may not place a classified ad for the director's job, Long Beach harbor commissioners are making it clear that they are open to all possibilities in trying to find a successor to James H. McJunkin.
NEWS
November 26, 1987 | CHRIS WOODYARD, Times Staff Writer
Veronica Nangano grew up amid the clatter of restaurant dishes, the smell of freshly caught fish and the hubbub of life on the waterfront. As a little girl, she played around her grandmother's Spanish Kitchen restaurant at the old Pierpoint Landing in Long Beach, always eager for another handful of anchovies to toss into the seal pen.
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