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January 6, 1985
On behalf of the Orange County chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD), I wish to thank you for expressing views similar to ours in your editorial, "Checkpoints, a Sobering Effect" (Times, Dec. 16). We agree that the sobriety checkpoints as implemented by the Anaheim Police Department constitute minimal governmental intrusions into the motoring public's privacy. These "intrusions," weighed against the substantial decrease in fatalities experienced in the 21 states that use checkpoints, provide what we believe to be a clear-cut choice in favor of such programs.
September 20, 1994 | Greg Johnson, Times staff writer
Founder's Day to Speak: Carl N. Karcher, founder of the Carl's Jr. chain, will speak during the California Restaurant Assn.'s Orange County Chapter meeting at 2:30 p.m. Sept. 27, at the Hyatt Regency Alicante in Anaheim. Reservations are not required, but Mike Rhodes, the chapter president, recommends early arrivals for the event, which is free. "He is arguably Orange County's most prominent citizen," Rhodes said.
February 4, 1990
The Transamerica building, which has an unusual stepped facade, has been named "1989 Office Building of the Year" by the Orange County chapter, Building Owners & Managers Assn. The 11-story, 219,678-square-foot building was designed by Gensler & Associates, Architects, and was completed in 1985 at 18201 Von Karman Ave., in the $54-million Koll Center Irvine.
September 2, 1999 | Jin Whang, (714) 966-7440
Two Fullerton police officers were honored recently by the Orange County chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Drivers for keeping intoxicated drivers off the streets. Glenn Stotz, 36, and Robert Kirk, 30, were awarded the Deuce Award at a City Council meeting. Deuce is police jargon for a person under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Stotz had arrested 28 drunken drivers and Kirk has arrested 27 in the past year.
April 13, 1991 | JOHN PENNER
City representatives from throughout the county this week backed away from a proposal that sought to punish San Francisco for having declared itself a sanctuary for conscientious objectors during the Persian Gulf War. Members of the Orange County chapter of the League of California Cities rejected a resolution that would have called on the statewide league to move the site of its October conference, which is schedule to be held in San Francisco.
August 9, 1987
Harry Holzhauer of the Laguna Niguel-based appraisal firm Crosbie, Holzhauer & Associates has been installed as president of the Orange County chapter of the Society of Real Estate Appraisers. Jack Thompson is president-elect; Guy Sipos, vice president; Tom Stowe, secretary, and Marvin Strattman, treasurer. Directors are James Erwin, Mike Frauenthal, Bill Johnson, Margaret Manaster, Beverly Reynolds, Rebecca Robinson and Jay Van Der Bie.
August 10, 1986
Three Honor Awards--the highest citation--and 14 other awards were presented by the Orange County chapter of the American Institute of Architects at its 11th annual awards celebration in Costa Mesa. Honor Awards went to Architects Orange, Orange, for the Hamilton Office Building in Costa Mesa; Albert C. Martin & Associates, Irvine, for The Towers at Brinderson Plaza, Irvine, and Leason Pomeroy Associates, Orange, for the CalMat corporate headquarters, 3200 San Fernando Road, Los Angeles.
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