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November 3, 1992 | JACK SEARLES
Rapstine Enterprises, a machining business whose current projects include an ATM-type device for dispensing airline and theater tickets, has moved from Northridge to Moorpark and is planning to expand its payroll. "We're looking for people who can operate computerized lathes or milling machines," said owner Don Rapstine. He said his 27-year-old company is a subcontractor on the ticket dispenser and also on the McDonnell Douglas MD-11 airliner.
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November 3, 1992 | JACK SEARLES
Rapstine Enterprises, a machining business whose current projects include an ATM-type device for dispensing airline and theater tickets, has moved from Northridge to Moorpark and is planning to expand its payroll. "We're looking for people who can operate computerized lathes or milling machines," said owner Don Rapstine. He said his 27-year-old company is a subcontractor on the ticket dispenser and also on the McDonnell Douglas MD-11 airliner.
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April 25, 1993 | JAMES MAIELLA JR., SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Moorpark could be the first city in the county to ban smoking from nearly all enclosed public places. The City Council discussed the move last week but delayed any decision until all the businesses in the city could be notified of the possible ban by mail, and residents alerted through newspaper advertisements. "If you read the body of information that's out there now on smoking, it's overwhelming," Mayor Paul Lawrason said at Wednesday's council meeting.
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