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November 13, 2006 | Valerie Reitman, Times Staff Writer
To those who love its jagged peaks, Mt. San Jacinto is to Palm Springs what Mt. Fuji is to Tokyo. At 10,804 feet above sea level, the mountain hovers over the Coachella Valley like a massive wave, visible from seemingly every vantage. A rotating aerial tramway, the valley's main tourist attraction, whisks nearly half a million visitors annually about 8,500 feet up the mountainside.
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September 30, 2002 | EVAN HALPER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The name of the mysterious Philadelphia corporation alone makes campaign finance watchdogs suspicious. "They call themselves Free Buffet?" asked Kim Alexander, president of the nonprofit California Voter Foundation, pondering whether that is a reference to a free buffet of perks and influence at the statehouse. Actually, it's Freba Fay. Freba Fay LLC. The out-of-state limited-liability corporation with no known officers or shareholders has become a leading donor to California ballot initiatives.
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November 29, 1990 | CHRISTOPHER REYNOLDS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Phil Moncharsh pounds no spikes of protest into redwoods, convenes no street-corner demonstrations and holds no Earth First! membership. But ask the 42-year-old attorney about land conservation and he takes on a certain revolutionary intensity. Sitting on a sun-dappled patio in his leafy Ojai back yard one recent day, he mapped out the plans of the Ojai Valley Land Conservancy. "We've had numerous, numerous inquiries from landowners. Significant landowners," Moncharsh said.
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