December 21, 1993 |
The outlook for the proposed Disneyland Resort darkened Monday as the director of the project resigned and Walt Disney Co. offered its gloomiest assessment yet of prospects for the $3-billion center.
June 23, 1993 |
As project director for the Disneyland Resort project, Kerry Hunnewell has become something of a spark plug for the entire $3-billion venture. He is seemingly everywhere--meeting privately with city officials and publicly with neighborhood groups, lobbying in Sacramento and Washington. At Disney, he engineered the Disneyland expansion's come-from-behind victory over a competing plan to build a theme park resort around the Queen Mary in Long Beach.
March 17, 1992 |
Stephen Mather Mather, 42, is pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Anaheim and a leader of the Orange County Congregation of Community Organizations, an anti-drug and anti-gang coalition of 18 Christian churches, including six in Anaheim. As spokesman for one of Anaheim's strongest activist groups, Mather wants city leaders to pay more attention to residents' issues.
December 14, 1991 |
For Jack Lindquist, a decade of dreaming all came together almost a week ago on a scrap of paper marked simply with the words, "Go ahead. Set up the meetings." The cryptic phone message had come Monday from Disney Development Co. headquarters in Burbank, and the cherub-faced Disneyland president immediately knew what it meant. Anaheim had been selected as the site of the $3-billion Disneyland Resort over a competing project in Long Beach.
May 9, 1991
Jack B. Lindquist: The 64-year-old executive oversees the operation of all West Coast Disney attractions. He joined the company in September, 1955, as Disneyland's first advertising manager. He was named marketing director of the park in 1965, and director of marketing for both Disneyland and Walt Disney World when the Florida park opened in 1971. After several promotions, he was named Disneyland president last October.