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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 23, 1993 | FRED ALVAREZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The developer of a pricey waterfront condominium complex in Oxnard has agreed to pay $8.6 million to settle a lawsuit alleging that shoddy workmanship caused nearly half of the project's 440 units to leak when it rained. The homeowners association representing residents of the Colony at Mandalay Beach filed the suit in 1989 after discovering construction defects in roofs, windows and decks at the seaside complex.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 23, 1993 | FRED ALVAREZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The developer of a pricey waterfront condominium complex in Oxnard has agreed to pay $8.6 million to settle a lawsuit alleging that shoddy workmanship caused nearly half of the project's 440 units to leak when it rained. The homeowners association representing residents of the Colony at Mandalay Beach filed the suit in 1989 after discovering construction defects in roofs, windows and decks at the seaside complex.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 21, 1991 | SANTIAGO O'DONNELL
Oxnard's Planning Commission will hold a public hearing tonight to discuss approval of a proposed community shopping center on the corner of Victoria Avenue and 5th Street, southwest of Oxnard Airport. The project plans, filed by Raznick & Sons Inc. of Woodland Hills, call for a 20-acre shopping center with four major tenants, including a grocery store and a drugstore. The shopping center would also include about half a dozen smaller retail outlets, said City Planner Matthew Winegar.
BUSINESS
August 25, 1998 | BARBARA MURPHY
Fidelity National Title Co. will open a branch in the Rancho Victoria Plaza in Oxnard. The branch, to open this month, will be a 2,700-square-foot office at 600 S. Victoria Ave. Fidelity has been providing title and escrow services in Ventura County since 1984. The Port Hueneme branch will move into the new location, and offices in Camarillo, Ventura and Westlake Village will remain at their current sites. Rancho Victoria Plaza is a development by Raznick & Sons Inc. of Woodland Hills.
REAL ESTATE
June 7, 1987
Mike Peralta, area sales manager for Homes for Sale magazine, has been elected 1987 president of the Sales and Marketing Council's Los Angeles-Ventura-Santa Barbara chapter. Robert A. Perlberg of RAP Communications Inc. was elected first vice president; Bob Jones, Weston Communities, second vice president; Condit Wixon, M.J. Brock & Sons, secretary, and Diane Isenberg, Urban West Communities, treasurer. New directors elected include Ava Busby of Color Design Art; Hal Cohen, ARCO Realty Co.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 20, 1993 | STEPHANIE SIMON
The Thousand Oaks City Council will postpone consideration of a hotly debated housing project in Newbury Park until September, city planners announced Monday. The public hearing on the 94-unit development proposed by Raznick & Sons Inc. of Woodland Hills will be postponed from July 27 until mid-September, after the council's summer recess. In the interim, the planning staff will evaluate a revised proposal submitted by Raznick & Sons last week.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 18, 1992
I am opposed to the Raznick & Sons Inc. shopping center proposed for the corner of Victoria Avenue and 5th Street, southwest of the Oxnard Airport. In June, 1991, County Agricultural Commissioner Earl McPhail told city and county planners that the destruction of agricultural land in our county had reached serious levels and that the development of even 10 acres of agricultural land should be considered a critical issue. The proposed shopping center would destroy 20 acres of prime agricultural land.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 24, 1993 | CARLOS V. LOZANO
The Planning Commission tonight will consider a developer's proposal to build 94 homes in a Newbury Park neighborhood, a project that would require trucking in hundreds of loads of dirt to the site. Raznick & Sons Inc. of Woodland Hills is proposing to build 94 homes on a 44-acre parcel just west of the intersection of Lynn and Reino roads. Seventeen acres would be dedicated as open space.
REAL ESTATE
September 14, 1986
To paraphrase the classic "September Song," the ocean-view town houses dwindle down to a precious few with today's opening of HarborsWest in Oxnard. The development, by Raznick & Sons Inc., Woodland Hills, overlooking the Channel Islands Marina, consists of only 16 two-bedroom units, with 2,000 square feet of living area, priced from $299,950 to $329,950. Designed by Kenneth Johnson Architects AIA, the development features Cape Cod exterior design.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 16, 1993 | STEPHANIE SIMON
Hoping to head off community opposition, developer Ellen Michiel said Thursday she will modify her Newbury Park housing project by expanding lot sizes to better mesh with the neighborhood. The project has sparked a lopsided debate pitting developers Raznick & Sons Inc. of Woodland Hills against hundreds of outraged neighbors. The Planning Commission approved 94 homes in late May, but almost 600 Newbury Park residents signed a petition urging the City Council to reconsider.
BUSINESS
August 29, 1995 | LEO SMITH, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Developers of Oxnard's 36,000-square-foot Trolley Plaza Shopping Center, scheduled to open in early September near the Oxnard Airport, are in the process of selecting businesses and negotiating leases for the center's approximately 30 store spaces. Getting the right mix of shops for the location is a process that takes some strategic planning, said Aaron Raznick, president of Raznick & Sons Inc., the Woodland Hills-based developer of the center.
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