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July 14, 1995
Covina gets a fire ladder truck and crew; in return, West Covina, its bigger neighbor to the south, gets an urban search and rescue team and other bonuses. Seeking to improve public safety and save dwindling funds, the neighboring cities of Covina and West Covina are teaming up on fire services. Under the agreement, the West Covina Fire Department will provide Covina with its first ladder truck and crew, a service that helps firefighters reach rooftops and tall buildings.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 14, 1995
Covina gets a fire ladder truck and crew; in return, West Covina, its bigger neighbor to the south, gets an urban search and rescue team and other bonuses. Seeking to improve public safety and save dwindling funds, the neighboring cities of Covina and West Covina are teaming up on fire services. Under the agreement, the West Covina Fire Department will provide Covina with its first ladder truck and crew, a service that helps firefighters reach rooftops and tall buildings.
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NEWS
August 24, 1986 | ROD LAZO, Times Community Correspondent
The Bassett Unified School District plans to borrow $2.5 million this fall to finance maintenance projects and purchase equipment under a business venture with seven other school districts and three community colleges. The participants are banding together to issue joint certificates of participation, similar to tax-exempt bonds, to raise $15 million for special projects at their schools. Bassett, the only district in the San Gabriel Valley involved in the project, will use part of the $2.
BUSINESS
March 10, 1993 | DEAN TAKAHASHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two banks have filed default notices on loans totaling $7.5 million for real estate projects developed by joint ventures of Fullerton Savings & Loan Assn., the company confirmed Tuesday. New York-based Citicorp filed a notice of default against Richfield Associates on March 3 for failure to make $4.2 million in payments on a loan that was used to build several industrial buildings in the Mira Loma business park in Placentia.
REAL ESTATE
March 10, 1985 | KURT LIEPMAN
Huntington Beach-based Mandarin Investment Corp., has undertaken a major project near Houston--a master-planned 230-acre Chinatown to be called Tang City, after the Tang Dynasty. Calvin M. Leung, company president, said that more than 85% of its first-phase, 88,000-square-feet of leasable space called Tang City Mall, is already taken. Work began last October and is financed by Lamar Savings & Loan Assn of Houston.
BUSINESS
March 10, 1993 | DEAN TAKAHASHI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two banks have filed default notices on loans totaling $7.5 million for real estate projects developed by joint ventures of Fullerton Savings & Loan Assn., the company confirmed Tuesday. New York-based Citicorp filed a notice of default against Richfield Associates on March 3 for failure to make $4.2 million in payments on a loan that was used to build several industrial buildings in the Mira Loma business park in Placentia.
NEWS
August 24, 1986 | ROD LAZO, Times Community Correspondent
The Bassett Unified School District plans to borrow $2.5 million this fall to finance maintenance projects and purchase equipment under a business venture with seven other school districts and three community colleges. The participants are banding together to issue joint certificates of participation, similar to tax-exempt bonds, to raise $15 million for special projects at their schools. Bassett, the only district in the San Gabriel Valley involved in the project, will use part of the $2.
REAL ESTATE
March 10, 1985 | KURT LIEPMAN
Huntington Beach-based Mandarin Investment Corp., has undertaken a major project near Houston--a master-planned 230-acre Chinatown to be called Tang City, after the Tang Dynasty. Calvin M. Leung, company president, said that more than 85% of its first-phase, 88,000-square-feet of leasable space called Tang City Mall, is already taken. Work began last October and is financed by Lamar Savings & Loan Assn of Houston.
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