April 10, 1986
The Los Angeles architectural firm of DeBretteville Polyzoides has been selected by the San Gabriel City Council to remodel the Adult Center, and will begin four months of planning to determine what type of modifications can be made under state regulations on the historic building. City Administrator Robert D. Clute said local plans call for the addition of one section and the expansion of existing rooms to increase the building's capacity, but it is not known what changes will be permitted.
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December 20, 1986
James S. Holloway, a former city lifeguard, has been named community development director, City Manager James B. Hendrickson said Friday. Holloway, now community development director in Steamboat Springs, Colo., will assume the post in late January. He will oversee the city's building, planning and engineering departments. The city's former community development director, Harry Weinroth, resigned earlier this year to return to the private sector.
August 13, 1989 |
Two women and a man were charged here Friday with taking part in a plan to kidnap the son of a Swedish businessman and demand a $25-million ransom. The three, whose names and nationalities were not disclosed, pleaded not guilty to planning to kidnap Joern Rausing, son of Gad Rausing, former owner of the Tetrapak packaging company. It was not clear when or where the kidnaping was to have been carried out.
December 17, 2005 |
A prosecutor said that he would seek the death penalty against an 18-year-old accused of killing the parents of his 14-year-old girlfriend and that no criminal charges would be brought against the girl. Statements from suspect David Ludwig have cleared Kara Beth Borden and convinced investigators she had no role in planning or carrying out the shootings, said Lancaster County Dist. Atty. Donald R. Totaro. "There was no plan or no agreement to harm her parents in any way," Totaro said.
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September 14, 1986 |
"Great Condo w/Sea Vu." If fish had housing magazines, that might be the ad for a forthcoming "offshore condo" planned for sea life in the Bolsa Chica area. The state Department of Fish and Game said it is planning an artificial reef to be placed in the ocean between Huntington Beach and Seal Beach. Old concrete rubble would be situated to form "condos" for fish to live and multiply in. The department hopes to start the artificial reef this fall.