August 7, 1988
Incredible! What happened to medical ethics and the Hippocratic Oath that we have doctors who handpick their patients with health problems that don't make them feel uncomfortable or embarrassed? It seems to me that if they feel squeamish about any phase of handling seriously ill patients, they don't belong in the profession. ELEANOR BRALVER Sylmar
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 15, 1994
Thank you for your coverage of the Greenock groin and Surfrider Foundation's concerns about Ventura's plan to build a 100-foot addition onto the existing structure. We'd like to point out that Surfrider Foundation, Ventura County chapter, has never categorically opposed the project. There are two phases to the project, and we strongly support Phase 1, which is the reconstruction and reinforcement of the existing groin. By doing so, we believe that beach erosion could be halted, homes in the area could be protected and currents at Marina Park would be reduced.
January 22, 1996 |
Ijust bought a new cookbook. It has beautiful pictures in it of tempting food. Someday, I hope to be eating food that looks just like the food in these pictures. But it won't be tonight, because right next to the new cookbook in the grocery cart I am pushing around this cavernous warehouse store are complete-in-this-package frozen fajitas, which we are having for dinner.
June 22, 1986
The first of two buildings has been completed in the $34.5-million Phase 1 of the 20-acre Century Centre office complex in the Irvine Business Complex and, with 51% of the initial tower committed to lease, the developer plans an immediate start on the second. The center's master plan calls for the two 13-story semicircular towers of Phase 1 to be followed by three nine-story office buildings (square with one corner rounded off) as Phase 2, for a total of 930,000 square feet of office space.
December 14, 1986
WALNUT: Phase 3, Marlborough Ridge, 35 in total of 210 single-family homes; 3-5 bedrooms, 2-3 baths; 1,819-2,777 square feet, $179,990-$225,990; wood-burning fireplaces, vaulted ceilings, carved wood entry doors, formal ding areas, ceramic tile or wood parquet entries, wall-to-wall carpeting, central air conditioning and heating; country kitchens with built-in appliances. Sales office at 20716 E. Alpine Meadow Circle open daily, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 19, 1997
After three years of listening to county Library Service Agency's hierarchy and concerned citizen groups whine that the lack of money was causing libraries to cut hours of operation, we learn that not only can hours now be extended but the three threatened small branches can remain open by simply getting staff off their butts and out into the field. While this may not prove a complete dereliction of duty on the part of LSA leadership, it most certainly suggests the presence of incapable derelicts on duty.
August 9, 1992
Who is this marvelous Helena Ragan published in Speaking Out (July 26) "Memories of Family's Little House on the Hill." It is the sweetest, most interesting, poignant and beautifully written account of a phase of her life. It will haunt me for as long as I live. Weren't her children lucky to have her for a mother! RUTH COLEMAN Apple Valley
September 22, 1985
Phase 1 of the $200-million University Corporate Center, which is being jointly developed in Pomona by the Macklin Cos. and Phil Four Twelve (a Howard Ahmanson Jr. company), will mark its opening on Oct. 2. More than 500 invited guests are expected to attend a luncheon at the center, which is being built on a 50-acre site on South Campus Drive, ringed by the San Bernardino, Orange and Foothill freeways and the Corona Expressway.
January 13, 1985
Final design drawings have been approved by the Community Redevelopment Agency for the first of three phases in a $9-million, mixed-use development to be built on the northwest corner of Adams Boulevard and Hoover Street in the Adams-Normandie 4321 Redevelopment Project.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 4, 1986 |
The Garden Grove City Council voted 4 to 1 Monday night to sell eight acres of city land in the run-down Buena Clinton section of the city to a private developer for the construction of an industrial park. City officials said they hope the project, which is expected to displace about 125 families, will have a positive influence on the slum area. The sole vote against the sale was cast by Councilman Robert F. Dinsen.