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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 18, 1996 | KAY HWANGBO
Robert Scott, Sherman Oaks attorney and president of the Los Angeles Planning Commission, will discuss the city's plans to revitalize Ventura Boulevard and the east San Fernando Valley Wednesday at a monthly meeting of the Sherman Oaks Homeowners Assn.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 1, 1996
Re "State Senate Kills Boland Bill on Valley Secession," Aug. 23. The recent failure of AB 2043 (the secession bill) is certainly a major setback to the Valley secession movement. Upcoming elections could yield a more pro-democracy state Senate and Assembly. It was a very close vote; two more people would have carried the measure. Rest assured the citizens of the San Fernando Valley will no longer lie down while the Los Angeles city government exploits us and neglects our needs and desires.
NEWS
February 8, 1990
Your article (Times, Feb. 1) on the discussion at the Pasadena Board of Directors' meeting concerning King's Villages was fairly covered by reporter Vicki Torres. I only wish to correct the possible impression that we are favoring Latino families for occupancy. The balance of my remarks not printed in the article stated that "when vacancies occur we take qualified applicants meeting the HUD regulations right off the waiting list, and this has resulted in maybe 40 Latino families gaining occupancy."
REAL ESTATE
November 2, 1986
George B. Longo of Camarillo has been elected president of the Southern California chapter of the National Assn. of Independent Fee Appraisers. Longo is the former chairman of the Appraisal Committee of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors and a past president of the Camarillo Board of Realtors. Serving with him are Phil Gould, Westwood, first vice president; Mel Klausner, Los Angeles, second vice president; Frank Lentz, Los Angeles, secretary, and Larry Walpole, Los Angeles, treasurer.
NEWS
December 18, 1992 | MICHAEL ARKUSH, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In 1992, America elected a new President and a new Elvis stamp. Big deal. Because now, finally, we have the results of the most important contest of the year--the best jokes about the San Fernando Valley. The three winners will receive a Los Angeles Times Gardening Calendar and a Times' sweat shirt. Last month we asked professional comedians to give us jokes about the Valley. We printed the best 25 and then asked readers to try and top them.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 24, 1998 | CATHY MURILLO
The county must come up with an additional $550,000 to pay Conflict Defense Associates, which already receives $1.3 million annually to provide legal services to indigent defendants in criminal cases, supervisors will be told Tuesday. CDA is contracted by the county to handle defense cases that the public defender's office cannot take due to conflicts of interest. It is expected to go over budget this fiscal year by more than 40%--as it did last year--because of an increase in capital cases.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 6, 2010
'Dick Van Dyke Show' Dick Van Dyke achieved TV superstardom as television comedy writer Rob Petrie in the 1961-66 Emmy Award-winning CBS comedy series "The Dick Van Dyke Show" created by, written by and costarring Carl Reiner, who played the egocentric TV star Alan Brady. 'Mary Poppins' Van Dyke introduced "Chim Chim Cher-ee," the 1964 Oscar-winning tune penned by Richard and Robert Sherman, in the classic "Mary Poppins. " Van Dyke played Bert, a jack-of-all-trades who is best friends with nanny Mary Poppins ( Julie Andrews)
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 4, 2000 | AARON SANDERFORD
A county court program that helps drug addicts kick the habit will hold its annual reunion of graduates Thursday in Ventura. Adult Drug Court, a drug-addiction education and monitoring program run by Ventura County Superior Court, has enrolled about 400 participants in its five years and has graduated almost half, court officials said.
NEWS
November 26, 1987
The City Council has moved closer to selecting West Hollywood Park as the site for a new Civic Center. At an informal meeting on Monday night, architects Edmund W. Chang and Robert Sherman said their latest plan for the center would increase space devoted to buildings at West Hollywood Park from 31,315 square feet to 68,806 square feet while also increasing open and recreational space from 218,772 square feet to as much as 283,803 square feet.
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