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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 10, 1998
Once plagued by gangs that scared local residents away, City Terrace Park reopened Wednesday with a newly renovated activity center, and ground was broken for a for a $2.3-million gymnasium. Miguel Santana, spokesman for county Supervisor Gloria Molina, said that using funds from 1992 and 1996 voter approved measures, the park's grounds received a face lift and the activity center was remodeled with new classroom space, restrooms and kitchen facilities.
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NEWS
March 17, 1994
Representatives from government and immigration groups will speak at a panel discussion on immigration tonight at the Torrance Public Library. Prof. David M. Heer, associate director of the Population Research Laboratory at USC, will moderate the discussion, titled "Immigration: The Causes, Perceptions, Problems, Impact and Alternative Approaches." It is sponsored by the Beach Cities, Palos Verdes Peninsula and Torrance chapters of the League of Women Voters.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 20, 2011 | By David Zahniser, Los Angeles Times
Construction of a $1-billion NFL stadium and a new wing of the Convention Center in downtown Los Angeles would dramatically increase the number of convention bookings while generating $22 million annually for the city, according to the findings of two reports commissioned by the project's developer. One study contends the two projects would generate $41 million in tax revenue annually for an array of government agencies, including the state, school district and Metropolitan Transportation Authority, during their first full year in operation in 2016.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 15, 2010 | Jeff Gottlieb and Ruben Vives
Bell, one of the poorest cities in Los Angeles County, pays its top officials some of the highest salaries in the nation, including nearly $800,000 annually for its city manager, according to documents reviewed by The Times. In addition to the $787,637 salary of Chief Administrative Officer Robert Rizzo, Bell pays Police Chief Randy Adams $457,000 a year, about 50% more than Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck or Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca and more than double New York City's police commissioner.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 26, 2009 | Molly Hennessy-Fiske
Earlier this month Caroline Sabey crossed a threshold she never imagined she would see: the Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services. The single mother had been laid off in February from her $55,000-a-year job as an executive assistant. Almost immediately, Sabey, 42, struggled to make ends meet. She went to the county hoping to get money to buy food for her two young sons.
SPORTS
April 24, 1985
The board that governs San Diego prep athletics Tuesday approved a releaguing proposal for the Grossmont League but turned thumbs down on expanding the San Diego Sectional playoffs. The CIF Board of Managers approved without discussion a recommendation that the nine-team Grossmont League be split into two smaller leagues. One, which will fall in the 2-A ranks, will comprise El Cajon, El Capitan, Grossmont and Valhalla. Granite Hills, Helix, Monte Vista, Mt.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 27, 1999 | MARGARET CHAPMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Los Angeles County task force found an estimated $500,000 worth of antibiotics and other medications Thursday during a raid at the Lynwood home of a woman suspected of operating an unlicensed medical clinic. The woman, whose name was not released, was cited with a misdemeanor charge of selling prescription medicine without a license. She could be charged with a felony if authorities find restricted drugs, such as Valium or codeine.
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