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November 16, 1990 | SHAWN HUBLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For 15 years, Bob DeLoyd has lived aboard his boat, a breakwater away from the open sea but so close to nature that he knows the gulls by name. People said his lifestyle was too good to be true. This week they were proven right. On Tuesday, DeLoyd and six other live-aboard boaters who moor at the far edge of Redondo Beach's King Harbor were told they will have to move. The eviction notice, served by the City Council, was part of the fallout from the violent storms of 1988.
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February 23, 1996
Redondo Beach city officials are considering privatizing their animal control department in an effort to cut costs. A city subcommittee, headed by councilman Greg Hill, is also looking into contracting out other city services such as tree trimming, graffiti removal and street and curb painting. Although the city has been spared the budgetary woes afflicting other South Bay municipalities, Hill said, the subcommittee is merely seeking to make the city more efficient and more fiscally responsible.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 23, 1996
Redondo Beach city officials are considering privatizing their animal control department in an effort to cut costs. A city subcommittee, headed by councilman Greg Hill, is also looking into contracting out other city services such as tree trimming, graffiti removal and street and curb painting. Although the city has been spared the budgetary woes afflicting other South Bay municipalities, Hill said, the subcommittee is merely seeking to make the city more efficient and more fiscally responsible.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 16, 1990 | SHAWN HUBLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For 15 years, Bob DeLoyd has lived aboard his boat, a breakwater away from the open sea but so close to nature that he knows the gulls by name. People said his lifestyle was too good to be true. This week they were proven right. On Tuesday, DeLoyd and six other live-aboard boaters who moor at the far edge of Redondo Beach's King Harbor were told they will have to move. The eviction notice, served by the City Council, was part of the fallout from the violent storms of 1988.
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