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January 23, 1987
A coalition of Inland Empire public agencies and residents have filed two lawsuits aimed at halting construction of a proposed waste-to-energy plant that would burn 10 million scrapped tires a year in Rialto.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 8, 1997
Mayor Robert T. Bartlett has been hired by the city of Rialto as its economic and redevelopment director. Bartlett, known as "Mr. Monrovia" around his hometown, starts his new $90,000-a-year job Monday after working for seven years with Viking Freight. He will oversee a $1-million budget for redevelopment and housing in the Inland Empire city.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 8, 1997
Mayor Robert T. Bartlett has been hired by the city of Rialto as its economic and redevelopment director. Bartlett, known as "Mr. Monrovia" around his hometown, starts his new $90,000-a-year job Monday after working for seven years with Viking Freight. He will oversee a $1-million budget for redevelopment and housing in the Inland Empire city.
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March 18, 1995 | LARRY GORDON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rialto Mayor John Longville knows what he doesn't want built on the biggest piece of undeveloped land in his Inland Empire city. He does not want those 3,600 acres of scrubland and gravel quarries to become another anonymous suburb where garage doors dominate the landscape and residents must drive miles for a quart of milk. Instead, the city and Lytle Creek Land and Resources Inc.
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March 18, 1995 | LARRY GORDON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Rialto Mayor John Longville knows what he doesn't want built on the biggest piece of undeveloped land in his Inland Empire city. He does not want those 3,600 acres of scrubland and gravel quarries to become another anonymous suburb where garage doors dominate the landscape and residents must drive miles for a quart of milk. Instead, the city and Lytle Creek Land and Resources Inc.
NEWS
January 23, 1987
A coalition of Inland Empire public agencies and residents have filed two lawsuits aimed at halting construction of a proposed waste-to-energy plant that would burn 10 million scrapped tires a year in Rialto.
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