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November 6, 1996 | SYLVIA L. OLIANDE
The Los Angeles Board of Zoning Appeals approved placement of a cellular telephone antenna in a Chatsworth neighborhood after a telecommunications company agreed to modify its proposal to suit the community. L.A. Cellular spokesman Steven Crosby said the company made several changes to the design. "We spent a lot of time with the community folks there, looking at other property and alternatives," Crosby said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 6, 1996 | SYLVIA L. OLIANDE
The Los Angeles Board of Zoning Appeals approved placement of a cellular telephone antenna in a Chatsworth neighborhood after a telecommunications company agreed to modify its proposal to suit the community. L.A. Cellular spokesman Steven Crosby said the company made several changes to the design. "We spent a lot of time with the community folks there, looking at other property and alternatives," Crosby said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 8, 1998
A phone-a-thon that spanned three nights at the Huntington Beach Mall this week netted only $1,000 for a group building a homeless shelter in Midway City. "We were a little disappointed," said Jeanne O'Brien Bender, director of Shelter for the Homeless. "But we had warm, wonderful evenings with the volunteers, and this was just one of many fund-raisers." The phone-a-thon, co-sponsored by L.A. Cellular Telephone Co.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 11, 1998
Ending two years of negotiations to keep L.A. Cellular Telephone Co. in town, the City Council has approved plans for the wireless telecommunications firm to build a $45-million headquarters, company and city officials announced. Having fought off competing offers from the cities of Long Beach, Los Angeles and Anaheim to lure L.A. Cellular away, Cerritos stands to net at least $10.5 million in rent and sales tax over the next 20 years from the plans, City Manager Art Gallucci said Friday.
BUSINESS
June 17, 1996
L.A. Cellular Telephone Co. will be expanding operations and moving into a 100,000-square-foot office complex in Anaheim next month. The cellular-phone company said it plans to move 700 jobs to the city from offices in Cypress and Cerritos, then expects to create 200 new positions by the end of the year. City officials said the move is part of a trend by high-technology companies to move into facilities abandoned by the retreating defense industry. The company's new office, at 5515 E.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 27, 1993 | CARMEN VALENCIA
A city planning official fashioned a compromise to allow the installation of a cellular phone antenna facility on a Sunland hillside, but both the applicant and nearby homeowners vow to appeal the decision. After conducting a hearing Monday at the Van Nuys Woman's Club, zoning administrator Albert Landini approved a permit request by L.A. Cellular Telephone Co.
NEWS
April 5, 1992 | IRENE CHANG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two years after an anti-incumbent mood swept three veteran City Council members from office, Temple City voters will have an opportunity to limit future council members to two consecutive terms. However, the six candidates running for two seats in the April 14 election have shown only mild interest in the term-limit measure, called Proposition L. Instead, they are debating the city's $7-million budget, which some say could easily be trimmed.
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