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September 3, 1990 | From United Press International
El Toro Firm Sued Over Soil Inspection: Riverside Partners sued ICG Hydrotech of El Toro, alleging that it hired the firm to inspect soil at property in Riverside--and the firm incorrectly reported that the property never was the site of a gas station or other business that used chemicals.
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September 3, 1990 | From United Press International
El Toro Firm Sued Over Soil Inspection: Riverside Partners sued ICG Hydrotech of El Toro, alleging that it hired the firm to inspect soil at property in Riverside--and the firm incorrectly reported that the property never was the site of a gas station or other business that used chemicals.
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September 6, 1996 | HUGO MARTIN
The city's Community Redevelopment Agency Thursday recommended awarding $4 million in loans and grants to rebuild two earthquake-damaged commercial buildings in Sherman Oaks. If approved by the Los Angeles City Council, the deals will be the latest of 32 loans and grants, totaling $16 million, awarded by the agency under a federally funded assistance program for earthquake victims. The agency's board recommended awarding a $1.
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January 17, 1986 | HILLIARD HARPER, San Diego County Arts Writer
Once upon a time, cartoons were a popular, if minor, art form. At movie houses you could always see, in addition to the main feature, that "wasscawy wabbit," Bugs Bunny, run rabbit circles around poor befuddled Elmer Fudd. Or watch as sweet Tweetie Pie naively sent Sylvester the Cat on one more headlong plunge down the stairs just for his efforts to have a yellow bird for lunch. Cartoons--or animation, as it is called now--are rarely seen in commercial theaters these days.
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