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April 12, 1995 | DON LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a sign of escalating tensions in the weeklong strike by non-union carpenters, an Irvine contractor has brought a lawsuit against the Carpenters Union for allegedly using violence and threats to disrupt two major apartment building projects in Orange County. Following the suit by Regis Contractors Inc., Superior Court Judge C.
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April 9, 1999 | ROBIN FIELDS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Regis Construction Co. of Irvine has agreed to pay a Ventura County community association $8.4 million to repair defects at the Shadow Ridge at Oak Park complex. The settlement was announced Thursday. An Orange County Superior Court judge was expected to ratify it today. According to their 1997 lawsuit, Shadow Ridge's 440 condominium owners had a litany of complaints, from leaky windows, doors, roofs and decks to plumbing and electrical problems.
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BUSINESS
April 9, 1999 | ROBIN FIELDS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Regis Construction Co. of Irvine has agreed to pay a Ventura County community association $8.4 million to repair defects at the Shadow Ridge at Oak Park complex. The settlement was announced Thursday. An Orange County Superior Court judge was expected to ratify it today. According to their 1997 lawsuit, Shadow Ridge's 440 condominium owners had a litany of complaints, from leaky windows, doors, roofs and decks to plumbing and electrical problems.
BUSINESS
April 12, 1995 | DON LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a sign of escalating tensions in the weeklong strike by non-union carpenters, an Irvine contractor has brought a lawsuit against the Carpenters Union for allegedly using violence and threats to disrupt two major apartment building projects in Orange County. Following the suit by Regis Contractors Inc., Superior Court Judge C.
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May 30, 1995 | DON LEE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Three years ago, when hundreds of Southern California drywallers marched in the streets to win union contracts, David Vasquez wanted to throw down his hammer and join them. But Vasquez, a carpenter, says his fellows in the trade just weren't united. Today, the carpenters are making their stand. In the pre-dawn darkness, the 27-year-old Santa Ana man sits in the front row of a bus full of Mexican immigrants whose livelihoods come from framing houses.
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