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January 5, 1994 | JILL LEOVY
In Reseda, beauty is in the details. At least that's the tack taken by City Councilwoman Laura Chick, who has asked the Los Angeles Street Maintenance Department to redo the medians, or islands, in the middle of the area's busiest streets. The project, which is scheduled to start later this month, is neither costly nor dramatic. City officials say it will make the streets look a little cleaner--the new flowers adding just a touch of color.
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April 5, 1997 | DADE HAYES
During a sneak preview Friday of the new facilities at the West Valley YMCA, most members looked as if they couldn't believe they had the right address. "I remember taking aerobics when there were holes in the floor," said 25-year member Maxine Stern with a bemused smile. "Yes, there literally were potholes," recalled Charmaine Gudgeon, wellness director at the Y. When teaching classes, "I used to be like, 'Watch out for that hole over there!'
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June 16, 1995 | ANTONIO OLIVO
Seven-year-old Matthew Flaherty of Sylmar barely noticed the fanfare around him as city dignitaries and local business representatives officially opened the new homework center at the Los Angeles Public Library's West Valley Regional Branch. While the adults nearby praised the fact that, with this new one, homework centers now exist in 30 of the library system's 60 branches, Matthew and his 9-year-old cousin, Ashley Torres, were busy doing math.
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June 16, 1995 | ANTONIO OLIVO
Seven-year-old Matthew Flaherty of Sylmar barely noticed the fanfare around him as city dignitaries and local business representatives officially opened the new homework center at the Los Angeles Public Library's West Valley Regional Branch. While the adults nearby praised the fact that, with this new one, homework centers now exist in 30 of the library system's 60 branches, Matthew and his 9-year-old cousin, Ashley Torres, were busy doing math.
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September 22, 1994 | ERIC SLATER
Despite loud cries of opposition from neighbors, a city zoning official has granted the Country Club concert hall in Reseda permission to serve alcohol--providing it meets a long list of strict conditions. To avoid a repeat of past problems at the club, Albert Landini, an associate city zoning administrator, said that he tied 60 conditions to the approval, many of which address safety and security of neighbors as well as patrons.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 5, 1997 | DADE HAYES
During a sneak preview Friday of the new facilities at the West Valley YMCA, most members looked as if they couldn't believe they had the right address. "I remember taking aerobics when there were holes in the floor," said 25-year member Maxine Stern with a bemused smile. "Yes, there literally were potholes," recalled Charmaine Gudgeon, wellness director at the Y. When teaching classes, "I used to be like, 'Watch out for that hole over there!'
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 22, 1994 | ERIC SLATER
Despite loud cries of opposition from neighbors, a city zoning official has granted the Country Club concert hall in Reseda permission to serve alcohol--providing it meets a long list of strict conditions. To avoid a repeat of past problems at the club, Albert Landini, an associate city zoning administrator, said that he tied 60 conditions to the approval, many of which address safety and security of neighbors as well as patrons.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 5, 1994 | JILL LEOVY
In Reseda, beauty is in the details. At least that's the tack taken by City Councilwoman Laura Chick, who has asked the Los Angeles Street Maintenance Department to redo the medians, or islands, in the middle of the area's busiest streets. The project, which is scheduled to start later this month, is neither costly nor dramatic. City officials say it will make the streets look a little cleaner--the new flowers adding just a touch of color.
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