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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 1, 1996
State Atty. Gen. Dan Lungren has issued an ultimatum to city officials in a two-year feud over Los Angeles port revenues: return a $20-million payment made by the Harbor Department last year or face a lawsuit. In a Feb. 15 letter to Michael Keeley, the city's chief operating officer, Lungren and Chief Assistant Atty. Gen. Roderick E.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 14, 1996
Flying in the face of a state order, officials at the Los Angeles Port poured $20 million into city coffers last week to pay for municipal services performed on its property. The payment is the second $20-million transfer made by port officials, who said a private analysis of their finances had found that the Harbor Commission owed the city a total of $80 million in old and current fees for such services as parks construction on port property and police and fire protection.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 14, 1996
Flying in the face of a state order, officials at the Los Angeles Port poured $20 million into city coffers last week to pay for municipal services performed on its property. The payment is the second $20-million transfer made by port officials, who said a private analysis of their finances had found that the Harbor Commission owed the city a total of $80 million in old and current fees for such services as parks construction on port property and police and fire protection.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 1, 1996
State Atty. Gen. Dan Lungren has issued an ultimatum to city officials in a two-year feud over Los Angeles port revenues: return a $20-million payment made by the Harbor Department last year or face a lawsuit. In a Feb. 15 letter to Michael Keeley, the city's chief operating officer, Lungren and Chief Assistant Atty. Gen. Roderick E.
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