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March 2, 1999 | MELINDA FULMER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A partnership led by Newport Beach-based Koll Development Co. intends to revive plans to build one of Irvine's largest real estate projects, the 1-million-square-foot Mola Centre office and hotel development. The development was halted earlier in the decade when toxic waste was discovered on the site. Koll and Legacy Co., also of Newport Beach, have agreed to partner with Prudential Insurance Co.
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March 2, 1999 | MELINDA FULMER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A partnership led by Newport Beach-based Koll Development Co. intends to revive plans to build one of Irvine's largest real estate projects, the 1-million-square-foot Mola Centre office and hotel development. The development was halted earlier in the decade when toxic waste was discovered on the site. Koll and Legacy Co., also of Newport Beach, have agreed to partner with Prudential Insurance Co.
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REAL ESTATE
May 4, 1986
Ground has been broken for Rolling Ridge Apartments, a $6 million, 11-unit complex in chino hills. The builder is Legacy Development Co. of New Port Beach. The project is in rolling Ridge Estate, acre planned community greated by the Bramlea Co. a Canadian development firm Rentals are expected to begin in August with first move-ins anticipated October.
REAL ESTATE
April 6, 1986
Legacy Development Co. has begun construction of two industrial buildings valued at $5.6 million in San Sevaine Industrial Park, western Riverside County, according to Timothy L. Strader, chairman of the board of the Newport Beach firm. The buildings are at San Sevaine Way and Wabash Drive and will occupy 4.7-acre and 4.9-acre sites. One will total 88,600 square feet and the other, 90,750 square feet.
SPORTS
September 14, 1994 | STACY PIGOTT, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Jockey Roman Figueroa hadn't had a major victory this meeting before riding Daily Triple in the $85,000 Governor's Cup Derby last Friday. But in Figueroa's mind, he had already scored his biggest victory of the year. "Keeping my fingers was a pretty big win," he said. Figueroa was alluding to an accident that nearly ended his riding career earlier this year. In mid-February, Figueroa was working in his garage when he accidentally cut his hand on a table saw.
NEWS
December 20, 1990 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In 1987, Karen Wilson Turnbull wrote and illustrated "The Cottages and Castles of Laguna," a large-format paperback book featuring 80 pen-and-ink drawings of Laguna's melange of architectural styles. The Laguna Beach artist-historian followed that up with "The Rustic Charm of Old Orange County," a 1988 book of drawings and descriptions of Orange County's remaining "old buildings and places."
ENTERTAINMENT
August 9, 2012 | By Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times Film Critic
"There was never just one. " That advertising tag line for "The Bourne Legacy"has an almost apologetic ring to it, as if making a Bourne film without Matt Damon - the star of the first three and the epitome of the empathetic killing machine that is Jason Bourne - was a brash and risky move. As it turns out, no one needed to worry, because few films have less to apologize for than this one. Complex, unexpected and dazzling, alternating relentless tension with resonant emotional moments, this is an exemplary espionage thriller that has a strong sense of what it wants to accomplish and how best to get there.
BOOKS
May 29, 1994 | Ivan Doig, Ivan Doig, recipient of the Western Literature Assn.'s Distinguished Achievement Award, is writing a novel set in the West during the Depression
"Nightly dissipation did not slow down the workers who, by the spring of 1868, realized they were not mere laborers on a railroad but participants in the greatest race in history. The Central Pacific was winging across the level deserts of Nevada. The Union Pacific was battling through South Pass." --Ray Allen Billington "Westward Expansion," 1960 "A family story lies at the heart of American western history." --Kathleen Neils Conzen "The Oxford History of the American West," 1994 Down the canyons of time here in the West, something like a Tolstoyan echo is ringing these days: Happy history is all alike, while every unhappy history is unhappy in its own way. For the past five or so years, headline writers have not been able to resist telling us with terms such as showdown and shootout and other macho bull roar that, lo, the "old" frontier history and the "new" western history are in conflict.
NEWS
January 16, 2002 | RICHARD BOUDREAUX, TIMES STAFF WRITER
One is 82, the other 77. They met as opposing lawyers in a string of terrorist trials nearly half a century ago and have grown old trying to outfox each other in one of the world's most intractable armed standoffs. Their common obsession has spawned a respectful but wary friendship. They have no doubt spent more time conversing than many married couples do, and their periodic estrangement has been punctuated by jovial barbs, traded through the media, about each other's advancing girth and age.
NEWS
November 13, 1995 | SONNI EFRON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
This pleasant, tree-lined city had a nasty visitor recently: a dysentery outbreak that sickened almost 1,900 people and left residents wondering whether they can ever trust their tap water again. It is a problem that no longer is a rarity. With basic sanitation and water treatment facilities deteriorating in cities across Russia, the incidence of dysentery, which is spread by fecal contamination in water or food, is up 26% over the past year.
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