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February 26, 1990 | Michael Flagg, Staff Writer
Richard L. Hall, 65, has been building houses since 1957. In those 33 years, building in California has become a lot more complicated: Local governments are tougher to get approvals from; there are environmental issues to consider; there's traffic and the lack of money to build new freeways; there are all sorts of new fees to contend with and an occasionally powerful, if unfocused, slow-growth movement. Hall has dealt with all those problems as a private builder.
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February 26, 1990 | Michael Flagg, Staff Writer
Richard L. Hall, 65, has been building houses since 1957. In those 33 years, building in California has become a lot more complicated: Local governments are tougher to get approvals from; there are environmental issues to consider; there's traffic and the lack of money to build new freeways; there are all sorts of new fees to contend with and an occasionally powerful, if unfocused, slow-growth movement. Hall has dealt with all those problems as a private builder.
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October 31, 1997 | RUTH RYON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
For Sale: 360 N. Rockingham, one of the best-known addresses in the world during the O.J. Period of the late 20th century. Shown by appointment only, to pre-qualified buyers. And to everyone else over national television. After five weeks of renovation, an Orange County contractor will wrap up work today at O.J.
REAL ESTATE
November 19, 1989
Richard L. Hall of La Linda Homes in Orange has been elected president of the California Building Industry Assn., succeeding Harold A. Boex of Vallejo. Other new officers are Dennis L. Russell, Den-Ed Russell Inc., San Diego, first vice president; William R. Mazza, Granite/Power Corp., Sacramento, second vice president; O.B. Johnson, Continental Homes, Fresno, treasurer, and Bruce Smith, The Smith Cos., Walnut Creek, secretary.
REAL ESTATE
February 25, 1990
California home builders took out 237,279 new housing permits last year, down 7.2% from the 255,559 in 1988, according to Richard L. Hall, president of the California Building Industry Assn. Single-family permits last year totaled 162,140, almost no change from the 162,167 of 1988, but the last year's 75,139 multifamily permits total was down 19.5% from 1988's 93,392.
BUSINESS
June 15, 1990 | John O'Dell Times staff writer
On the Other Hand . . . : That's not to say that everyone does wonderful work, however. No less an authority that Richard L. Hall, president of La Linda Homes of Orange and president of the California Building Industry Assn., was heard complaining about the lack of quality in some developments. Hall wouldn't name names, but he said during a session at the San Francisco conference that he is sometimes shocked by the work he sees at some of his competitors' projects.
REAL ESTATE
December 25, 1988
Harold A. Boex, a Vallejo builder, has been elected president of the California Building Industry Assn. Other officers are Richard L. Hall, first vice president; Dennis L. Russell, second vice president; Donald D. McCormick, treasurer, and O.B. Johnson, secretary.
REAL ESTATE
February 12, 1989
Manny Schatz, vice president for marketing and sales of Grupe Development, San Ramon, has been named president of the 31st annual Pacific Coast Builders Conference, to be held June 14-17 in San Francisco's Moscone Convention Center. The conference is sponsored by the California Building Industry Assn. Conference officers are: Hugh Temple,, Santa Monica, first vice president, and Joe Pickett Jr., Fresno, second vice president. Directors are: Kenneth Agid, Irvine; Harold A.
REAL ESTATE
November 1, 1987
F. Daniel Rigney, president of Northridge-based Rigney Development Co., will be installed as 1988 president of the Building Industry Assn. of Southern California's Greater Los Angeles Area chapter at a 7 p.m. ceremony Saturday at the Sheraton Grande Hotel.
REAL ESTATE
December 15, 1985
Forrest P. Maurer, president of the Tyler Corp., Sacramento, has been elected 1986 president of the California Building Industry Assn., succeeding Stan Swartz of San Diego. Maurer's term begins Jan.1. Other new officers of the association include: Joseph A. Farina, Westwood Properties, Fresno, first vice president; Roger C. Werbel, Roger C. Werbel Inc., Monterey Park, second vice president; Harold A. Boex, H & B Developers, Vallejo, treasurer, and Richard L.
REAL ESTATE
March 22, 1987
Fresno home builder J. A. Farina has been elected 1987 president of the California Building Industry Assn., succeeding Forrest Maurer of Sacramento. A veteran of more than 30 years in the building industry, Farina, 51, is president of Westwood Properties Inc.
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