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April 5, 1990 | CONNIE KOENENN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lori Lerner Gray is a born-again environmentalist. She recycles cans, plastic and paper. She composts. Her garden is organic. She monitors the house to make sure the lights are turned off and has given son Scott, 13, a three-minute egg timer so he won't waste water while taking showers.
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April 5, 1990 | CONNIE KOENENN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lori Lerner Gray is a born-again environmentalist. She recycles cans, plastic and paper. She composts. Her garden is organic. She monitors the house to make sure the lights are turned off and has given son Scott, 13, a three-minute egg timer so he won't waste water while taking showers.
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April 20, 1990
I commend Lori Lerner Gray for her enthusiasm and effort in promoting diaper service to her Malibu area. More of us need to take action on this issue as Ms. Gray has done and educate our communities, especially those leaders in play groups, day-care centers, hospitals and pediatric clinics. MARY F. AUSTIN, Redondo Beach
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April 15, 1990
Did it never occur to ecologically minded Lori Lerner Gray of Malibu to buy cotton diapers and wash them herself? When her tot is potty-trained, she could recycle those same diapers as rags, perhaps reducing her reliance on disposable paper towels. Instead she chose to bring one more polluting vehicle 50 miles to her home. Shame on her. CYNTHIA WURTZ Los Angeles
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