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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 11, 1996
Years behind its neighbors in pursuing economic development, the Lawndale City Council has unanimously decided to begin work on a plan to build up Hawthorne Boulevard. A study conducted a year ago concluded that a one-mile strip on Hawthorne Boulevard just south of the San Diego Freeway had outstanding potential for economic growth because nearly 55,000 cars travel through that strip daily and it is close to the freeway. The council agreed to explore the opportunity.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 11, 1996
Years behind its neighbors in pursuing economic development, the Lawndale City Council has unanimously decided to begin work on a plan to build up Hawthorne Boulevard. A study conducted a year ago concluded that a one-mile strip on Hawthorne Boulevard just south of the San Diego Freeway had outstanding potential for economic growth because nearly 55,000 cars travel through that strip daily and it is close to the freeway. The council agreed to explore the opportunity.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 21, 1992 | SCOTT HARRIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
His first name is Steve and he'd rather not say what his last name is. He's a real estate broker in the South Bay and figures to make it through the recession OK. "Sometimes," he says, "I've got $10,000 in the bank." But this is not one of those times and Steve seems embarrassed to be where he is--standing with his guitar inside South Bay Jewelry & Loan in Lawndale. It's a good guitar and he was hoping to hock it for $300. The offer is $150--and Steve accepts.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 21, 1992 | SCOTT HARRIS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
His first name is Steve and he'd rather not say what his last name is. He's a real estate broker in the South Bay and figures to make it through the recession OK. "Sometimes," he says, "I've got $10,000 in the bank." But this is not one of those times and Steve seems embarrassed to be where he is--standing with his guitar inside South Bay Jewelry & Loan in Lawndale. It's a good guitar and he was hoping to hock it for $300. The offer is $150--and Steve accepts.
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