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August 30, 1989
Gregory C. Park, 48, the unlicensed electrical contractor removed from the Metro Rail project in May and charged last week with shorting his workers' wages in a payroll kickback scheme, has resigned from his position on the Los Angeles County Citizens Planning Council. The resignation, effective Monday, was requested by Supervisor Peter Schabarum, who had appointed Park to the post, a spokesman for the supervisor said. Park has denied that his firm, PIE Construction Co.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 30, 1989
Gregory C. Park, 48, the unlicensed electrical contractor removed from the Metro Rail project in May and charged last week with shorting his workers' wages in a payroll kickback scheme, has resigned from his position on the Los Angeles County Citizens Planning Council. The resignation, effective Monday, was requested by Supervisor Peter Schabarum, who had appointed Park to the post, a spokesman for the supervisor said. Park has denied that his firm, PIE Construction Co.
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REAL ESTATE
August 16, 1987
Mary B. Hynes, a Westside real estate broker, has been elected president of the Los Angeles County Countywide Citizens' Planning Council. Other new officers include Elizabeth Bragg, a former educator and controller of the Lawrence C. Bragg Corp., vice president, and Louis Lipeles, real estate broker, secretary. The council is a 50-member advisory entity to the Board of Supervisors and the Regional Planning Commission.
REAL ESTATE
March 30, 1986
Radoslav L. Sutnar, a Los Angeles-based land development consultant and former executive of Century Landmark Construction, has been reelected 1986 president of the Los Angeles County Countywide Citizens' Planning Council. The body is a 50-member advisory unit to the Board of Supervisors and Regional Planning Commission, with 10 appointees from each of the five supervisorial districts in Los Angeles County. The other new officers are Mary B.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 23, 1989 | RONALD B. TAYLOR, Times Staff Writer
An unlicensed electrical contractor who serves on a county government advisory panel and once worked on the $1.3-billion Metro Rail Project has been charged with falsifying payroll records and pocketing up to half the wages of the employees in an elaborate kickback scheme, officials reported Tuesday. Gregory C. Park, 48, president of PIE Construction Co. of Van Nuys, was arrested Monday and released on $10,000 bail on two felony counts, according to a spokesman for Los Angeles County Dist. Atty.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 29, 1989 | RONALD B. TAYLOR, Times Staff Writer
An unlicensed subcontractor who had been kicked off a Metro Rail job and accused of payroll cheating is part owner of a firm that was subsequently hired in his place to work on downtown subway stations, transit district authorities acknowledged Monday. Gregory C. Park is a partner in Citicon Inc., the firm that took over when the Park-owned PIE Construction Co.
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