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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 24, 1995
Lakewood residents won't be hearing talk shows or drive-time disc jockeys on LKWD 1620 AM, but when disaster strikes, they might hear information that could save their lives. City officials recently launched the 10-watt radio station to serve as a lifeline to the city's 74,000 residents in case of an emergency such as an earthquake or flood. Listeners will be able to obtain information about where they can get medical assistance, find shelter and get food and water.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 27, 1995
An award-winning house--it's a vision that drives ordinary homeowners to spend hours matching paint samples, debating the merits of granite vs. marble, and various shades of bougainvillea. Now imagine the challenge of winning such an award in a city populated by nearly identical tract homes. Take Lakewood, where two-thirds of the housing stock was built from just seven floor plans. About 450 residents entered the annual city-sponsored Lakewood Beautiful contest.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 18, 1995 | J. MICHAEL KENNEDY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The battle is over a piece of ground, a tiny swatch in the vast patchwork that is Southern California. The abandoned Navy hospital, fenced off and locked up, sits on the northeast corner of Long Beach, another casualty of military downsizing. It is here, where the stakes amount to a mere 30 acres of land, that one of the most contentious disputes the Navy can recall over reuse of military land is unfolding.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 24, 1991
Responding to strong conservation by residents and businesses, the Lakewood City Council has repealed the city's mandatory water conservation program. The decision Tuesday night took effect immediately. The 58,000 residents and 1,000 business and industrial customers served by the municipal water system have cut water use by 28% since the city's mandatory program took effect last March, said Jim Glancy, Lakewood's water superintendent.
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