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August 17, 1989 | CLAUDIA PUIG, Times Staff Writer
His day-glo orange business card lists his various occupations--tax adviser, business consultant, piano player, marathon runner and stand-up comic--and now Larry Greenblatt can add another to his list of specializations: deejay promoter. Greenblatt, 38, is a man obsessed. An accountant by day, at night he haunts local concert halls and comedy clubs in a quest to reinstate his favorite deejay, Peter Tilden, to the air waves. Tilden, the host of the morning show on KLSX-FM (97.
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August 17, 1989 | CLAUDIA PUIG, Times Staff Writer
His day-glo orange business card lists his various occupations--tax adviser, business consultant, piano player, marathon runner and stand-up comic--and now Larry Greenblatt can add another to his list of specializations: deejay promoter. Greenblatt, 38, is a man obsessed. An accountant by day, at night he haunts local concert halls and comedy clubs in a quest to reinstate his favorite deejay, Peter Tilden, to the air waves. Tilden, the host of the morning show on KLSX-FM (97.
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October 26, 1989 | SHANNON FARLEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The proposed move of the 30-year-old Ventura Workers' Compensation Appeal Board out of Ventura County to Agoura has angered some local attorneys and judges, who contend that it would work a needless hardship on most of the county's injured workers. Most of the board's caseload consists of farm workers and other low-income residents in the Oxnard area, they say. Many of them are disabled and do not own cars, and the circuitous bus ride from Oxnard to Agoura would take at least three hours.
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