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June 28, 1991 | ROBERT W. STEWART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A former Irvine Co. official is resigning as a top aide to a senior Los Angeles congressman because, he said, his past association with the giant Orange County land developer "has cast a cloud" on his work on Capitol Hill. James W. Barich, 33, a special assistant to Rep. Glenn M. Anderson (D-San Pedro) and former senior director of government relations for the Irvine Co., said controversy that erupted over the location of a new federal courthouse in Orange County prompted his decision.
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June 28, 1991 | ROBERT W. STEWART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A former Irvine Co. official is resigning as a top aide to a senior Los Angeles congressman because, he said, his past association with the giant Orange County land developer "has cast a cloud" on his work on Capitol Hill. James W. Barich, 33, a special assistant to Rep. Glenn M. Anderson (D-San Pedro) and former senior director of government relations for the Irvine Co., said controversy that erupted over the location of a new federal courthouse in Orange County prompted his decision.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 19, 2001 | From Times Staff Reports
Gov. Gray Davis has made four appointments to the Orange County Fair and Exposition Center board of directors. Davis reappointed James W. Barich, 43, of Irvine, the current board president, and Deborah B. Carona, 49, of Orange to four-year terms. Leslie A. "Teddie" Ray, 46, of Laguna Beach was appointed to a three-year term, and Patricia Velasquez, 34, of Anaheim, was appointed to a two-year term.
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July 2, 1991
A top aide to a senior Long Beach-area congressman is resigning because, he said, his past association with a giant Orange County land developer "has cast a cloud" on his work on Capitol Hill. James W. Barich, 33, a special assistant to Rep. Glenn M. Anderson (D-San Pedro) and former senior director of government relations for the Irvine Co., said controversy that erupted over the location of a new federal courthouse in Orange County prompted his decision.
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June 30, 1991 | ROBERT W. STEWART, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A top aide to a senior Long Beach-area congressman is resigning because, he said, his past association with a giant Orange County land developer "has cast a cloud" on his work on Capitol Hill. James W. Barich, 33, a special assistant to Rep. Glenn M. Anderson (D-San Pedro) and former senior director of government relations for the Irvine Co., said controversy that erupted over the location of a new federal courthouse in Orange County prompted his decision.
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June 22, 1991 | GEBE MARTINEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
By law, a new federal courthouse proposed for Orange County should be in the county seat, Santa Ana. But the law can be changed. Now, after almost 20 years of hoping and planning, Santa Ana officials are fighting mad that Laguna Niguel and Irvine have become last-minute entries in the competition for the prized, $79.8-million project. As they lobby Washington with their proposal for the 218,000-square-foot courthouse, Santa Ana officials are taking aim at the politically powerful Irvine Co.
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