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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 11, 2001
The Los Angeles Unified School District is conducting a series of community meetings to select locations for dozens of schools proposed in its building program. The plan includes primary centers, elementary schools, middle schools, high schools and continuation high schools to accommodate enrollment growth and end busing from overcrowded schools. The Times will publish the schedule weekly as the meetings occur. This week's sessions: Date: Monday Time: 6 p.m.
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SPORTS
April 22, 1987 | CHRIS BAKER
Clipper Coach Don Chaney will meet with team officials today to determine his fate for next season. "I'm not fired yet," Chaney said. "I don't think I deserve to be fired. I've already stated that this year's record doesn't reflect my coaching." The Clippers have already scheduled meetings with former Phoenix Coach John MacLeod, former New York Knick Coach Hubie Brown and former Philadelphia 76er Coach Gene Shue.
SPORTS
May 2, 1990 | ALLAN MALAMUD
Jerry Tarkanian has spoken with owner Donald Sterling about the Clipper coaching vacancy and plans to fly to Los Angeles Thursday to continue discussions. A source close to the talks said the making of a deal is a longshot and that Tarkanian, who coached Nevada Las Vegas to the NCAA basketball championship this year, would settle for no less than an annual salary of $750,000 and other benefits.
NEWS
September 27, 2001 | LAWRENCE J. MAGID, larry.magid@latimes.com
When I think about using a PC for a virtual meeting, the first thing that comes to mind is hooking up a desktop video camera so participants can see each other. But video, according to CoWorking.com founder Bernard DeKoven, actually can make it harder to conduct a good virtual meeting. "Videoconferencing is minimally effective if all we're going to do is look at each other's faces," he said. It "was supposed to add personality and subtle meaning to meetings, but that rarely happens."
WORLD
July 9, 2002 | From Times Wire Services
Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres met with Palestinian Finance Minister Salam Fayed on Monday in the first Cabinet-level meeting between an Israeli and a Palestinian in four months. Yoram Dori, a spokesman for Peres, said the meeting lasted about an hour and covered economic issues. Fayed said that this was a preparatory meeting and that he expected "more expanded meetings will be held in the future between us."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 25, 1998 | FRANK MESSINA
In an effort to deal with recent flood problems along miles of South County creeks, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will hold two public hearings, starting tonight at City Hall. The 7 p.m. meeting at 27841 La Paz Road will include a briefing on a proposed $1-million, two-year study of Aliso Creek. On Thursday, the federal agency will gather information from residents for a similar proposed study on water and environmental issues along San Juan and Trabuco creeks.
NEWS
February 10, 1994
On Jan. 11, the City Council of Rolling Hills Estates adopted a resolution finalizing an agreement to transfer 20 acres of Chandler Trust property to the Palos Verdes Land Conservancy. I support the concept of retaining undeveloped open space, but I deplore the method used by our City Council to accomplish these transfers. During the busy holiday season, without a single public hearing, $1.4 million of our county money and 28 acres of land changed hands. It all happened that way because our City Council held closed-session meetings, for which no minutes are ever kept, allegedly to meet Chandler's deadline.
SPORTS
October 20, 2003 | Jason Reid
The Dodgers begin their baseball operation meetings Tuesday amid the uncertainty of a pending ownership change. General Manager Dan Evans, Manager Jim Tracy and the club's other top baseball officials will gather for four days at Dodger Stadium, discussing the state of the team and farm system. The Dodgers, however, don't know what will happen once Boston real estate magnate Frank McCourt completes his purchase of the club from News Corp.
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