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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 14, 1989 | RON RUSSELL, Times Staff Writer
A Los Angeles developer has proposed a $300-million commercial development for 11 prime acres next to the Pacific Design Center and, to sweeten the deal, has privately offered to give the city of West Hollywood land on which to build a new civic center.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 14, 1989 | RON RUSSELL, Times Staff Writer
A Los Angeles developer has proposed a $300-million commercial development for 11 prime acres next to the Pacific Design Center and, to sweeten the deal, has privately offered to give the city of West Hollywood land on which to build a new civic center.
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BUSINESS
July 8, 1988
Sun Co. has named Robert P. Hauptfuhrer chairman and chief executive of a newly independent Sun Exploration and Production Co. The new company is part of a major restructuring of Sun and will be headquartered in Dallas. Hauptfuhrer previously was president and chief operating officer of Sun Co. James McCormick, who now heads Sun's exploration and production operations, will be president and chief operating officer of Sun Exploration and Production Co.
REAL ESTATE
December 8, 1991
A Request for Proposals (RFP) has been published for a $75,000 grant to develop a model city program to increase affordable rental housing on the Westside. "This is the (Westside Urban) Forum's contribution to the combined efforts of concerned citizens in the region to develop real solutions to our very real affordable housing shortage," said James Watt McCormick, president of the Forum, which published the RFP.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 10, 1990
Two La Mesa residents have been sentenced to federal prison for their roles in a marijuana production ring that was investigated after one defendant advertised her firm in "High Times" magazine. Albert James McCormick, 44, was ordered Tuesday to serve 18 months in prison, and Patricia Lynn Chu, 26, was sentenced to one year. Both pleaded guilty in March to conspiracy to manufacture marijuana with the intent to distribute. A third defendant in the case, Joseph M.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 5, 1989
The owner of a garden supply firm, a worker at the company and a third person were indicted Friday on federal marijuana charges that stemmed from an advertisement for equipment used to grow plants indoors, prosecutors said. Joseph Elliott, 34, Patricia Lynn Chu, 26, and Albert James McCormick, 43, all of whom share a house in La Mesa, were named in a five-count indictment, charged with conspiring to grow and to possess marijuana with the intent to distribute it, U.S. Atty. William Braniff said.
NEWS
October 24, 1999 | From Associated Press
Officials say a 19-year-old quadriplegic from Missouri used an Internet chat room to make "Columbine-like" threats to hurt students and teachers at a Massachusetts middle school. Massachusetts Atty. Gen. Tom Reilly said Saturday that the paralyzed teen, whose name and hometown were not released, made the threats using an America Online chat room frequented by dozens of eighth-graders from Townsend's Hawthorne Brook Middle School.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 19, 1986 | STEVE EMMONS, Times Staff Writer
Two water projects--one to reduce the flood hazard from the Santa Ana River and another to dredge sections of Upper Newport Bay--are before President Reagan as part of the omnibus public works bill, and local congressmen are predicting he will sign it into law. The legislation, passed at the end of the congressional session, earmarks $809 million as the federal share of the $1.09-billion Santa Ana River project, the largest item on the list.
NEWS
June 25, 1995 | MARY MOORE
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority staff has recommended to the agency's board of directors that the MTA not study Wilshire Boulevard as a possible route for the western extension of the Red Line. The staff's report, issued last week, is based on a consultant's research of the hydrogen sulfide levels that exist underground along the route from the intersection of Pico and San Vicente boulevards to La Cienega Boulevard.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 28, 1985 | NANCY RAY, Times Staff Writer
Carlsbad Unified School District trustees bowed Wednesday to a new federal law and adopted a policy allowing any student group to meet on the Carlsbad High School campus as long as they do so peacefully and without breaking any laws.
BUSINESS
May 9, 2000
* Jane M. Christie has been elected chairwoman of the board of General Automation Inc. in Irvine. She is president and chief executive. Christie succeeds Robert McClure, who temporarily served as chairman after Lawrence Michels died last summer. * John Burns has been named principal of the Meyers Group in Irvine, a provider of new home real estate information and consulting services.
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