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March 11, 1990 | DAVID FREED and LOUIS SAHAGUN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The Los Angeles Police Department is examining allegations that its drug czar, Deputy Chief Glenn A. Levant, dispatched a team of elite narcotics detectives outside city limits to investigate burglaries at a chic hotel whose owner has business ties to two relatives of Levant, The Times has learned. Detectives spent two days last November staking out Le Mondrian hotel in West Hollywood after a representative of the hotel's owner called Levant, sources said.
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July 10, 1994 | PHYLLIS W. JORDAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Richard Chase first emerged on the California garbage scene as a staunch opponent of landfills--proposing to build the state's first garbage-burning incinerator in San Diego County and denouncing landfills as a "savage, uncivilized way" of dealing with trash. A year later, however, Chase became an advocate of landfills--working in partnership with a New York company in 1988 that hoped to take trash from the San Diego area and dump it on a remote Native American reservation.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 13, 1987 | TOM GORMAN, Times Staff Writer
Approval of the controversial trash-to-energy plant in San Marcos has been put off a second time by the San Marcos City Council to give its staff time to evaluate an 11th-hour rush of additional environmental reports prepared by both proponents and opponents of the project.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 11, 1990 | DAVID FREED and LOUIS SAHAGUN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The Los Angeles Police Department is examining allegations that its drug czar, Deputy Chief Glenn A. Levant, dispatched a team of elite narcotics detectives outside city limits to investigate burglaries at a chic hotel whose owner has business ties to two relatives of Levant, The Times has learned. Detectives spent two days last November staking out Le Mondrian hotel in West Hollywood after a representative of the hotel's owner called Levant, sources said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 10, 1994 | PHYLLIS W. JORDAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Richard Chase first emerged on the California garbage scene as a staunch opponent of landfills--proposing to build the state's first garbage-burning incinerator in San Diego County and denouncing landfills as a "savage, uncivilized way" of dealing with trash. A year later, however, Chase became an advocate of landfills--working in partnership with a New York company in 1988 that hoped to take trash from the San Diego area and dump it on a remote Native American reservation.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 2, 1987
In the body of my wife beats a heart with a "bovine" valve. With the help of that animal, my wife, at the age of 63, is still working and leading a productive life. A double pox on those "animal rights lovers" who could and would destroy the life of my wife. RICHARD CHASE Burbank
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 18, 2000
The Democrats are 100% in favor of giving back the tax surplus, just as long as it doesn't go to anyone who pays income taxes. RICHARD A. CHASE Corona
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 1, 1987
Al Martinez is a very humorous writer. I especially enjoyed his column about the Simi Valley teen-agers and the Simi Valley City Hall. But his remarks about "people with bodies of adults and the brains of pigeons . . . " were completely uncalled for. Do you realize, Mr. Martinez, that you have just insulted the Burbank City Council? RICHARD CHASE Burbank
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 24, 1996
Taconic Resources failed to meet the deadline for reporting contributors to its campaign for Measure T. In your article of Feb. 22, Taconic's Richard Chase passes the buck, saying the treasurer "just blanked out." Chase is a professional political operative who has fronted for a number of initiatives in California. But it's probably only by lucky chance that his campaign treasurer's lapse of memory conceals from voters the fact that all Taconic's contributions come from wealthy out-of-state and out-of-county investors.
NEWS
June 15, 1995
I'm sorry that you're no longer carrying Linda Feldman's upbeat For Seniors column (Westside, May 28). Many of us would follow Linda's human interest pieces even if she appeared in the Classified section next to the bridge column. We would follow her to Life & Style, alongside Jack, Abby, Ann, Art, Robin and other contemplative writers. Considering how much warmth and maturity she brings to your space, won't you please reconsider, or find her a worthy space elsewhere in The Times? Many thanks.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 13, 1987 | TOM GORMAN, Times Staff Writer
Approval of the controversial trash-to-energy plant in San Marcos has been put off a second time by the San Marcos City Council to give its staff time to evaluate an 11th-hour rush of additional environmental reports prepared by both proponents and opponents of the project.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 26, 1987
San Marcos city officials decided Tuesday night to appeal to the state Supreme Court a ruling by an appellate court that invalidated previously granted permits for the construction of a trash-to-energy plant. The developer, North County Resource Recovery Associates, agreed to pick up the legal tab, which would run from $5,000 to $10,000.
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August 31, 1990 | From Times Wire Services
The Pentagon has released the identities of the 13 U.S. Air Force members who were killed and the four injured in the C-5 cargo plane crash early Wednesday near Ramstein Air Base in West Germany. Killed were Maj. John M. Gordon, pilot; Maj. Richard W. Chase, pilot; Maj. Richard M. Price, pilot; Senior Master Sgt. Carpio Villarreal Jr., flight engineer; Master Sgt. Rosendo Herrera, flight engineer; Tech. Sgt. Daniel G. Perez, loadmaster; Tech. Sgt. Lonty A. Knutson, crew chief; Staff Sgt.
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