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October 1, 1991
John Schwada's story on the Ray Mulokas development (suggests) Bernson is one more politician putting it to the people. While most of us are losing our jobs, homes and hospitalization, this man is laughing in our faces! I think it's time to start a second recall, before he gives our whole city away at the cost of the taxpayer. Better yet, let him pay for the repaving of the road with (what Bernson calls the) "financial support" he gets from these developers. ANNETTE A. SPEARS, Northridge
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 1, 1991
John Schwada's story on the Ray Mulokas development (suggests) Bernson is one more politician putting it to the people. While most of us are losing our jobs, homes and hospitalization, this man is laughing in our faces! I think it's time to start a second recall, before he gives our whole city away at the cost of the taxpayer. Better yet, let him pay for the repaving of the road with (what Bernson calls the) "financial support" he gets from these developers. ANNETTE A. SPEARS, Northridge
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 4, 1991 | JOHN SCHWADA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Los Angeles City Councilman Hal Bernson proposed Tuesday to overrule a zoning official and grant project concessions to his long-time friend and political supporter, developer Ray Mulokas, who wants to build a 21-house subdivision in Porter Ranch. Bernson, in recommending the zoning action at a meeting of the council's Planning and Land-Use Management Committee, publicly characterized his own decision in the Mulokas case as unusual.
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September 12, 1991 | JOHN SCHWADA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Los Angeles Fire Department officials Wednesday persuaded Councilman Hal Bernson to reconsider his plan to exempt a 21-house subdivision owned by Ray Mulokas, a friend and political contributor, from some city fire code requirements. After a private meeting with three fire officials, including Assistant Chief Del Howard, Bernson postponed until Friday a City Council vote that was set Wednesday to enact the conditions to be imposed on Mulokas' project in Chatsworth.
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August 9, 1991 | JULIO MORAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Los Angeles Planning Commission ruled Thursday that a developer must provide a planned 21-house subdivision in Porter Ranch with an emergency road, which the developer said may force him to abandon the project.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 12, 1991 | JOHN SCHWADA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Los Angeles Fire Department officials Wednesday persuaded Councilman Hal Bernson to reconsider his plan to exempt a 21-house subdivision owned by Ray Mulokas, a friend and political contributor, from some city fire code requirements. After a private meeting with three fire officials, including Assistant Chief Del Howard, Bernson postponed until Friday a City Council vote that was set Wednesday to enact the conditions to be imposed on Mulokas' project in Chatsworth.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 18, 2006 | Gregory W. Griggs, Times Staff Writer
Two developers unveiled plans this week to build a $300-million, 46-story resort hotel and condominium tower a block from the ocean in Port Hueneme. The so-called Pacific Pointe at Port Hueneme project would transform a 1.4-acre, city-owned parking lot into a glass-and-steel landmark. It would be the largest building on the California coast between Los Angeles and San Francisco.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 13, 1986 | DOUG SMITH, Times Staff Writer
Leaders of a church that wants to move into an exclusive Chatsworth neighborhood apparently were unsuccessful Friday in their efforts to soften a Los Angeles city councilman's opposition to the move. After a meeting with Councilman Hal Bernson, who has said having a busy church center in the rural Monteria Estates neighborhood would be inappropriate, leaders of the First Baptist Church of Van Nuys said little had changed.
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December 4, 1986 | MARK HENRY, Times Staff Writer
In a reversal of their earlier decision, leaders of the First Baptist Church of Van Nuys said they will renew efforts to move their 10,000-member congregation into an affluent Chatsworth neighborhood, citing an outpouring of support from San Fernando Valley residents. The Rev. Jess Moody, senior pastor of the church, said last week he would reconsider plans to relocate because of opposition to the move by Los Angeles City Councilman Hal Bernson, who represents the West Valley. But the Rev.
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November 27, 1986 | MARK HENRY, Times Staff Writer
The pastor of First Baptist Church of Van Nuys said Wednesday that he is reconsidering plans to move his 10,000-member congregation to an exclusive Chatsworth neighborhood because of opposition from Los Angeles City Councilman Hal Bernson. The Rev. Jess Moody said he will tell his congregation Sunday that he "is calling a halt to the move," at least until he learns more about Bernson's objections to the proposed relocation to the base of Monteria Estates.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 4, 1991 | JOHN SCHWADA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Los Angeles City Councilman Hal Bernson proposed Tuesday to overrule a zoning official and grant project concessions to his long-time friend and political supporter, developer Ray Mulokas, who wants to build a 21-house subdivision in Porter Ranch. Bernson, in recommending the zoning action at a meeting of the council's Planning and Land-Use Management Committee, publicly characterized his own decision in the Mulokas case as unusual.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 9, 1991 | JULIO MORAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Los Angeles Planning Commission ruled Thursday that a developer must provide a planned 21-house subdivision in Porter Ranch with an emergency road, which the developer said may force him to abandon the project.
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May 5, 1989 | STEPHANIE CHAVEZ, Times Staff Writer
Councilman Hal Bernson took seven council colleagues on a field trip through the north San Fernando Valley Thursday, showing them good, bad and controversial venues in his district. The council members and several city department heads settled in big tour bus seats and listened to Bernson, with microphone in hand, explain his position on issues such as the Porter Ranch development area and the Bryant Street-Vanalden Avenue neighborhood redevelopment. For several council members, the daylong tour was the first time they had seen the controversial projects, which they have either voted on in the past or will make critical decisions about in the future.
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April 23, 1987 | STEVE CHAWKINS, Times Staff Writer
First Baptist Church of Van Nuys, the 10,000-member congregation whose pastor wants to "keep the West Valley from Satan's grip," has renewed its attempt to relocate in the Chatsworth area, a church official said Wednesday. Opposition from affluent Monteria Estates quashed a similar plan last year, but the property now considered by the church lies on both sides of the Simi Valley Freeway between Winnetka and Corbin avenues, north of the exclusive enclave. The president of Monteria Estates Assn.
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