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November 12, 1999 | STACY BROWN
The Camarillo Chamber of Commerce plans to move into the city's former library at Dizdar Park. The move is scheduled for this winter or early spring, said Lin Holzinger, chamber executive director. A fund-raiser is being planned to pay the estimated $125,000 needed for the move and renovation of the old library building, chamber officials said. Holzinger said the district and chamber have agreed to a long-term lease for the property at 20 S. Glenn Ave.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 9, 1999 | STACY BROWN
Abraham Smith, an eighth-grade honors student at Las Colinas School, wrote about why he is staying away from drugs and won the grand prize in a Camarillo Chamber of Commerce essay contest. "My students were asked to enter one of three essay contests," said Abraham's honors English teacher Kathleen Broder. "Being the honors student that he is, Abraham entered all three and illustrated his incredible command of writing with the winning essay."
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July 28, 1998 | LEO SMITH, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Lin Holzinger had long viewed Camarillo as an attractive semirural area with beautiful farms and an abundance of quality shopping, in the form of a massive factory outlet and other retail centers. But in her two months as executive director of the city's Chamber of Commerce, she said, she has come to learn that there is much more to the Ventura County town than meets the eye. "There's an underpinning of excitement about the economic development of the city," Holzinger said.
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