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January 19, 1996 | SARAH KLEIN
Forget the festivities. Herbert E. Little came for the rodents. A state veterinarian from Ontario, Little and a fellow researcher from UC Davis dropped by Orange County's new vector control laboratory to collect some frozen specimens of rats and mice. "I am just amazed," Little said of the $900,000 facility in Garden Grove, which had an open house Thursday. The new building, with its bright lights and fine microscopes, is a far cry from the 1949 laboratory it replaces, he said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 19, 1996 | SARAH KLEIN
Forget the festivities. Herbert E. Little came for the rodents. A state veterinarian from Ontario, Little and a fellow researcher from UC Davis dropped by Orange County's new vector control laboratory to collect some frozen specimens of rats and mice. "I am just amazed," Little said of the $900,000 facility in Garden Grove, which had an open house Thursday. The new building, with its bright lights and fine microscopes, is a far cry from the 1949 laboratory it replaces, he said.
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January 21, 1993 | SUSAN CHRISTIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Orange County, a mecca for science-related industries, will gain another 80 chemists and technicians in October when an environmental management company moves one of its laboratories from Cerritos to Santa Ana. International Technology Corp. has signed a lease worth $3.2 million over 10 years with Catellus Development Corp. for a facility in PacifiCenter Santa Ana. The single-story, 24,968-square-foot building has stood vacant since Catellus completed the industrial park in 1990.
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January 21, 1993 | SUSAN CHRISTIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Orange County, a mecca for science-related industries, will gain another 80 chemists and technicians in October when an environmental management company moves one of its laboratories from Cerritos to Santa Ana. International Technology Corp. has signed a lease worth $3.2 million over 10 years with Catellus Development Corp. for a facility in PacifiCenter Santa Ana. The single-story, 24,968-square-foot building has stood vacant since Catellus completed the industrial park in 1990.
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December 20, 1997 | HOPE HAMASHIGE
Getting funds for new fingerprinting equipment, overseeing the launch of a countywide methamphetamine lab task force and studying ways to reduce costs associated with police officers' court appearances are among the projects Robert J. McDonell plans to complete in the new year ahead. McDonell, chief of police in Newport Beach, was recently chosen to head the Orange County Police Chiefs Assn. for 1998.
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August 12, 1989 | LILY ENG, Times Staff Writer
Orange County health officials said Friday that new blood test results have cast doubts that a Laguna Beach woman contracted Lyme disease in what was believed to have been the county's first such case since reporting the illness became mandatory in the spring. Rick Greenwood, the county's manager of communicable disease treatment, said a repeat test for the disease proved to be negative.
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