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October 7, 1991
The squeaky-clean image that County Supervisor Maria VanderKolk has projected during her first year in office, largely the result of doing nothing, has collapsed under the disclosure that her campaign promises were pure deception.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 7, 1991
The squeaky-clean image that County Supervisor Maria VanderKolk has projected during her first year in office, largely the result of doing nothing, has collapsed under the disclosure that her campaign promises were pure deception.
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SPORTS
August 13, 1986 | SCOTT OSTLER
Bert Blyleven shut out the Angels Monday night, and the Angels shut out Bert Blyleven. He allowed the Angels no runs, and they allowed him no gopher balls. Gopher ball, of course, is the name invented by Lefty Gomez for a home run ball. As in, "Fat pitch like that will go fer a home run." Despite Monday night's setback, Blyleven is still on a record-setting gopher ball pace, threatening to break one of the game's oldest and strongest records.
NEWS
September 9, 1993 | RON RUSSELL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Even if it didn't involve one of the most ambitious coastal development projects to come along in years, the struggle over Malibu's main commercial area would be an epic event. It pits a local Establishment whose ardor for slow growth has not cooled in 2 1/2 years of self-rule against real estate developers eager to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to build on a 125-acre swatch of mostly undeveloped land surrounded by hills and ocean.
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