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October 8, 1994 | TRACEY KAPLAN, Times Staff Writer
Los Angeles City Councilman Richard Alarcon has delayed the award of a lucrative graffiti cleanup contract and called for an investigation, saying the proposed contractor wants too much money and lacks experience. City public works officials had recommended that a private nonprofit group called Neighborhood Pride be given a $500,000 contract for an experimental, six-month program to remove graffiti within 24 hours of the time it is reported in parts of the San Fernando Valley and the city.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 13, 1997
Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan on Wednesday announced the opening of an office to help minorities and women entrepreneurs compete for jobs on the massive Alameda Corridor public works project. The office will be operated by the Minority Business Opportunity Committee, which is headquartered in the mayor's office. The new office will assist companies owned by women and minorities bid for contracts relating to the $1.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 13, 1997
Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan on Wednesday announced the opening of an office to help minorities and women entrepreneurs compete for jobs on the massive Alameda Corridor public works project. The office will be operated by the Minority Business Opportunity Committee, which is headquartered in the mayor's office. The new office will assist companies owned by women and minorities bid for contracts relating to the $1.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 8, 1994 | TRACEY KAPLAN, Times Staff Writer
Los Angeles City Councilman Richard Alarcon has delayed the award of a lucrative graffiti cleanup contract and called for an investigation, saying the proposed contractor wants too much money and lacks experience. City public works officials had recommended that a private nonprofit group called Neighborhood Pride be given a $500,000 contract for an experimental, six-month program to remove graffiti within 24 hours of the time it is reported in parts of the San Fernando Valley and the city.
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