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February 18, 1999 | Jason Leopold, (714) 966-5634
The City Council voted Tuesday to upgrade the telephone system at City Hall. New services within the city and additional personnel will be added to the new $8,000 system. Instead of dialing different numbers for the senior center or City Hall, for instance, one number will access both departments, officials said.
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August 22, 2000 | Tami Min, (949) 574-4204
The rent for City Hall will increase by $1,200 per month in November and will escalate each year, according to a new lease agreement. The five-year deal, approved last week by the City Council, will increase the monthly rent to more than $20,000 beginning in November. By November 2004, the monthly rent will be more than $27,000, or more than $300,000 annually.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 28, 1996 | MATT LAIT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Judge Pamela L. Iles has tried asking nicely. She's tried humor to get her point across. She's begged and pleaded. Now, it's come to this: a threat to sue Orange County unless it moves forward on building a new courthouse in South County to replace one that's bursting at the seams. "We desperately need a new facility. Things are getting dangerous here," said Iles, a judge at Municipal Court in Laguna Niguel. "I'm looking at a fuse and it's burning. Something is going to blow."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 11, 1998 | FRANK MESSINA
A leaky roof during weekend storms created a communications blackout at City Hall on Monday. City employees arrived at work to find that waterlogged acoustic tiles had collapsed on top of computers and other equipment, knocking out phone service and the main computer bank. "The leak saturated our acoustic tiles, and they dropped like wet sponges on our communications equipment," City Manager Tim Casey said. While technicians worked to restore service, key employees used mobile phones.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 18, 1991 | MATT LAIT
The competition among three Orange County cities for a new federal courthouse intensified Monday when the mayor of Santa Ana said the city would donate land for the project and the Irvine Co. similarly offered to donate land in Irvine. "We've had some extraordinary developments in this saga today," said Rep. Barbara Boxer (D-Greenbrae), who chaired the two-person congressional subcommittee hearing on where the courthouse should be built. "This changes things quite a bit."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 2, 1991 | GEBE MARTINEZ
Hoping to keep federal court facilities in his legislative district, Assemblyman Tom Umberg (D-Garden Grove) on Monday endorsed Santa Ana as the site for a new federal courthouse for Orange County. Although a federal courthouse has been temporarily located in Santa Ana's Civic Center since 1986, the city's claim to a permanent facility has been challenged by the cities of Irvine and Laguna Niguel. Based on his experience as an assistant U.S.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 26, 1990 | LEN HALL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
From the counter of his video store, Scott Zody has seen "lots of them" wander in, with puzzled, lost looks on their faces. They are people in search of City Hall. "I just send them upstairs," said Zody, his index finger pointing to the ceiling. There they will find the Dana Point City Hall, wedged between Dr. Kirk Hobeck's dentist office and Dana Point Dermatology, directly above Top Hits Video and the Bank of America.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 11, 1998 | FRANK MESSINA
A leaky roof during weekend storms created a communications blackout at City Hall on Monday. City employees arrived at work to find that waterlogged acoustic tiles had collapsed on top of computers and other equipment, knocking out phone service and the main computer bank. "The leak saturated our acoustic tiles, and they dropped like wet sponges on our communications equipment," City Manager Tim Casey said. While technicians worked to restore service, key employees used mobile phones.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 28, 1996 | MATT LAIT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Judge Pamela L. Iles has tried asking nicely. She's tried humor to get her point across. She's begged and pleaded. Now, it's come to this: a threat to sue Orange County unless it moves forward on building a new courthouse in South County to replace one that's bursting at the seams. "We desperately need a new facility. Things are getting dangerous here," said Iles, a judge at Municipal Court in Laguna Niguel. "I'm looking at a fuse and it's burning. Something is going to blow."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 2, 1991 | GEBE MARTINEZ
Hoping to keep federal court facilities in his legislative district, Assemblyman Tom Umberg (D-Garden Grove) on Monday endorsed Santa Ana as the site for a new federal courthouse for Orange County. Although a federal courthouse has been temporarily located in Santa Ana's Civic Center since 1986, the city's claim to a permanent facility has been challenged by the cities of Irvine and Laguna Niguel. Based on his experience as an assistant U.S.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 18, 1991 | MATT LAIT
The competition among three Orange County cities for a new federal courthouse intensified Monday when the mayor of Santa Ana said the city would donate land for the project and the Irvine Co. similarly offered to donate land in Irvine. "We've had some extraordinary developments in this saga today," said Rep. Barbara Boxer (D-Greenbrae), who chaired the two-person congressional subcommittee hearing on where the courthouse should be built. "This changes things quite a bit."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 26, 1990 | LEN HALL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
From the counter of his video store, Scott Zody has seen "lots of them" wander in, with puzzled, lost looks on their faces. They are people in search of City Hall. "I just send them upstairs," said Zody, his index finger pointing to the ceiling. There they will find the Dana Point City Hall, wedged between Dr. Kirk Hobeck's dentist office and Dana Point Dermatology, directly above Top Hits Video and the Bank of America.
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