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October 8, 1989 | JACK CHEEVERS, Times Staff Writer
State Sen. Alan Robbins, a business associate and a Huntington Beach savings and loan president have agreed to a "six-figure" settlement of a lawsuit by a Ventura County developer who accused them of swindling him out of nearly $37-million worth of property, the developer's attorney said. The lawsuit, filed by developer Robert A.
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October 8, 1989 | JACK CHEEVERS, Times Staff Writer
State Sen. Alan Robbins, a business associate and a Huntington Beach savings and loan president have agreed to a "six-figure" settlement of a lawsuit by a Ventura County developer who accused them of swindling him out of nearly $37-million worth of property, the developer's attorney said. The lawsuit, filed by developer Robert A.
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September 28, 1999
In touring the California freeways for the last 100,000 miles, I have been disturbed by the sight of tons of garbage and abandoned tires, rims and hubcaps all along our freeways. These especially are stacked up near the center dividers. Now I see pictures of the Santa Ana River littered with rubbish on its way to the ocean to contaminate our beaches. With California releasing criminals from jails prematurely because of overcrowding, can't we use these convicts who are being supported by the working-class citizens to pick up trash from our freeways and waterways?
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 20, 1986
The 21st Congressional District, which includes southern Ventura County and the western San Fernando Valley, is one of the most heavily Republican districts in the state, with GOP voters outnumbering Democrats 47% to 42%. About 55% of the district is in Ventura County, but all the previous representatives have come from Los Angeles County.
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December 30, 2001
Re "Toxins Mar Park Plan, Panel Says," Dec. 11: A park or airport use should have no bearing on the level of cleanup at the closed El Toro Marine base. Yet Greg Hurley's report said it might be impossible to safely and economically convert it to a park. Does this then not hold true for the park areas that the county has told us will be part of the airport plan? What about the massive earth-moving required to build the airport? Hurley sits on the Restoration Advisory Board, which has met monthly for the last seven years.
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June 29, 1987 | SAM ENRIQUEZ, Times Staff Writer
The completion last week of a district attorney's probe into allegations of political corruption by Moorpark City Councilman Thomas C. (Bud) Ferguson has yet to end the controversy surrounding the man whose moral conduct was described by investigators as "out of step with 20th-Century California politics."
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September 9, 1985 | HERBERT A. SAMPLE, Times Staff Writer
Robert A. Felburg is not your ordinary real estate developer. He'll tell you that. His friends will tell you that. His enemies will tell you that. At 64, Felburg has earned a reputation as one of the most eccentric businessmen in Ventura County. After all, how many other developers would send reporters a letter spelling out their substantial financial troubles? Or write articles advocating a quarantine of victims of AIDS?
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May 20, 1986 | LYNN O'SHAUGHNESSY, Times Staff Writer
In the crowded race for the Democratic nomination for the open 21st Congressional District seat, local party activists are once more worried that political oddball George H. Margolis will come up the winner--again. In the past, Democratic Party activists have refused to support Margolis' many candidacies because they believe he has lied about his educational, professional and military background.
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