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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 25, 1998
James L. Doti and Robert A. Elliott tell an inspiring story of Orange County's growth as a center for medical instrument and supply manufacture ("Cultivating a Breeding Ground for Entrepreneurs in Orange County," Oct. 4). They further provide a "comprehensive" laundry list of all they consider essential for continuing to foster the entrepreneurial spirit of Orange County: proper zoning, low taxes, communication, transportation, education and even the arts. So what's missing? Nowhere do our "best and brightest" acknowledge that to continue to thrive, our economy needs to provide housing for all these entrepreneurs--and their employees.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 25, 1998
James L. Doti and Robert A. Elliott tell an inspiring story of Orange County's growth as a center for medical instrument and supply manufacture ("Cultivating a Breeding Ground for Entrepreneurs in Orange County," Oct. 4). They further provide a "comprehensive" laundry list of all they consider essential for continuing to foster the entrepreneurial spirit of Orange County: proper zoning, low taxes, communication, transportation, education and even the arts. So what's missing? Nowhere do our "best and brightest" acknowledge that to continue to thrive, our economy needs to provide housing for all these entrepreneurs--and their employees.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 30, 1990
James L. Doti of Chapman College presented a simplistic and misleading analysis of the county's budget in the Aug. 26 commentary "Taxpayers will Eventually Balk at Burgeoning County Budget." The erroneous conclusion of the analysis is that the county budget has been mismanaged because expenditures have grown at a rate greater than population increases and inflation. By simply looking at the county expenditures from 1975 to 1990, one might be led to such a false conclusion.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 21, 1994
Kudos to Professor (James L.) Doti ("Why an Airport at El Toro Is So Critical," Aug. 11) for setting forth all of the compelling reasons why El Toro Marine Corps Air Station should be converted to a large commercial and international airport. All the NIMBYs (Not In My Back Yarders) in south Orange County are far too shortsighted to see that in five or 10 years they will be crying loud and long for the airport their present protests may deny us. Its proximity to the Santa Ana Freeway would minimize local traffic congestion.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 21, 1994
Kudos to Professor (James L.) Doti ("Why an Airport at El Toro Is So Critical," Aug. 11) for setting forth all of the compelling reasons why El Toro Marine Corps Air Station should be converted to a large commercial and international airport. All the NIMBYs (Not In My Back Yarders) in south Orange County are far too shortsighted to see that in five or 10 years they will be crying loud and long for the airport their present protests may deny us. Its proximity to the Santa Ana Freeway would minimize local traffic congestion.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 11, 1991 | KRISTINA LINDGREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
What does it mean for a college to change its name to university? For one thing, Chapman College pennants, sweat shirts and beer holders are now on sale at 50% off. For another, it seemed a good reason for a party--featuring sky divers and a jazz band--to unveil the new Chapman University sign Tuesday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 31, 1991 | ERIC BAILEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The list of contenders vying against Dana W. Reed for his post as public representative to the county's most powerful transportation agency was narrowed Thursday to two challengers--Chapman College economist James L. Doti and former Villa Park mayor Carol H. Kawanami.
BUSINESS
June 23, 1989 | MICHAEL FLAGG, Times Staff Writer
Like the old joke, there's good news and bad news in the Chapman College Economic Forecast released Thursday. First the bad: Orange County companies will create 21,000 fewer jobs this year than last. The main reason: cutbacks in federal spending, which put defense contractors on the defensive. And the good: With less people looking for housing, the price of a home in the county won't rise nearly as fast as the 25% jump it took last year. That means fewer people will be priced out of the market.
NEWS
September 9, 1991 | KRISTINA LINDGREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Under the great wooden beams of Chapman College's main auditorium, the crowd of new freshmen and transfer students squirmed excitedly as a diminutive dark-haired man stepped to the podium. "I want to be the first to welcome you as the first entering class of Chapman University," President James L. Doti told the eager newcomers. Many leaped to their feet. Whistles and shouts of approval echoed through the Elizabethan-style theatrical hall.
BUSINESS
September 26, 1996
RemedyTemp Inc. has increased the size of its board to seven directors from five. The staffing services company named two new directors: Chapman President James L. Doti and William D. Cvengros, chief executive of Pimco Advisors L.P.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 11, 1991 | KRISTINA LINDGREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
What does it mean for a college to change its name to university? For one thing, Chapman College pennants, sweat shirts and beer holders are now on sale at 50% off. For another, it seemed a good reason for a party--featuring sky divers and a jazz band--to unveil the new Chapman University sign Tuesday.
NEWS
September 9, 1991 | KRISTINA LINDGREN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Under the great wooden beams of Chapman College's main auditorium, the crowd of new freshmen and transfer students squirmed excitedly as a diminutive dark-haired man stepped to the podium. "I want to be the first to welcome you as the first entering class of Chapman University," President James L. Doti told the eager newcomers. Many leaped to their feet. Whistles and shouts of approval echoed through the Elizabethan-style theatrical hall.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 31, 1991 | ERIC BAILEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The list of contenders vying against Dana W. Reed for his post as public representative to the county's most powerful transportation agency was narrowed Thursday to two challengers--Chapman College economist James L. Doti and former Villa Park mayor Carol H. Kawanami.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 30, 1990
James L. Doti of Chapman College presented a simplistic and misleading analysis of the county's budget in the Aug. 26 commentary "Taxpayers will Eventually Balk at Burgeoning County Budget." The erroneous conclusion of the analysis is that the county budget has been mismanaged because expenditures have grown at a rate greater than population increases and inflation. By simply looking at the county expenditures from 1975 to 1990, one might be led to such a false conclusion.
BUSINESS
June 23, 1989 | MICHAEL FLAGG, Times Staff Writer
Like the old joke, there's good news and bad news in the Chapman College Economic Forecast released Thursday. First the bad: Orange County companies will create 21,000 fewer jobs this year than last. The main reason: cutbacks in federal spending, which put defense contractors on the defensive. And the good: With less people looking for housing, the price of a home in the county won't rise nearly as fast as the 25% jump it took last year. That means fewer people will be priced out of the market.
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