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April 14, 1991 | LEN HALL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
For some, the rare sight of water rushing beneath Camino Capistrano down San Juan Creek toward the Pacific Ocean is cause to rejoice. But for T.J. Meadows, it is downright painful. Meadows, the general manager of the Capistrano Valley Water District for 37 years who now heads the San Juan Basin Authority, sees that surging water more as a dripping faucet and a lost opportunity. "It's sad, all that beautiful water going out to ocean," Meadows said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 14, 1991 | LEN HALL, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
For some, the rare sight of water rushing beneath Camino Capistrano down San Juan Creek toward the Pacific Ocean is cause to rejoice. But for T.J. Meadows, it is downright painful. Meadows, the general manager of the Capistrano Valley Water District for 37 years who now heads the San Juan Basin Authority, sees that surging water more as a dripping faucet and a lost opportunity. "It's sad, all that beautiful water going out to ocean," Meadows said.
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March 19, 1988 | DANA PARSONS, Times Staff Writer
To the recorded sounds of "Love Will Keep Us Together," "The Wedding Song" and "I Won't Last a Day Without You," 31 women take their seats in a room above a pizza restaurant in El Toro. It's just before 7 on a Monday night and the women are trying to decide whether to sign up for six sessions of a workshop entitled, "Light His Fire."
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