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September 1, 2007 | E. Scott Reckard, Times Staff Writer
Ameriquest Mortgage Co., once the "Proud Sponsor of the American Dream," is closing. Citigroup Inc. said Friday that it would buy the remnants of the Ameriquest empire from ACC Capital Holdings in Orange, and ACC said it was "preparing for an orderly wind-down of its retail mortgage business." Ameriquest shuttered its 229 retail offices months ago. As recently as 2005, Ameriquest and its sister company, Argent Mortgage, were together the No. 1 sub-prime mortgage lender in the world.
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June 27, 2000
Where are all the conservatives today who screamed that the "liberal media" helped to get Bill Clinton elected in 1992, now that Al Gore is floundering in the polls and George W. Bush seems to be cake-walking into the White House? Can we now assume that the media have become "conservative"? ROLAND E. ZWICK Valencia
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April 1, 1988
Ralph M. Parsons Co., Pasadena, has promoted five members of its management staff to vice president. They include: Lawrence R. Burns, vice president-project controls; William J. Hargett, commercial vice president-government relations; Roland E. "Hap" Meissner III and John A. Scott, project vice presidents, and James E. Thrash, commercial vice president-military services.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 23, 1990
All six candidates for City Council are expected to attend a candidates' forum tonight organized by the North Orange County League of Women Voters. The forum will start at 7:30 p.m. at the Travis Ranch School activity room, 5200 Via de la Escuela. Members of the public are invited to submit written questions for the candidates. Incumbents Roland E. Bigonger and Henry W. Wedaa are being challenged by Thomas Brown, Harry Elliott, John Gullixson and John Kirby.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 12, 1986
A proposal for a Marriott hotel on the campus of California State University, Fullerton, to be used to finance a $6.7-million football stadium and sports complex, received crucial backing Tuesday by a committee of the California State University Board of Trustees. Unanimous voice vote approval by the trustees' Committee on Campus Planning, Buildings and Grounds virtually assures passage today by the CSU Board of Trustees, said committee chairman Roland E. Arnall, a CSU trustee from Los Angeles.
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October 4, 1986 | JOHN SPANO, Times Staff Writer
A Santa Ana family won a $750,000 award Friday in Orange County Superior Court against Wells Fargo Bank, which a jury found had mishandled a trust. The jury returned the verdict in favor of 84-year-old Morgan Chapman Sr. and his wife and three children, awarding them $250,000 in damages and $500,000 to punish the bank for wrongdoing. Roland E.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 23, 1990 | LINDA M. HICKMAN
The City Council has voted 3 to 2 to install a $50,000 fire-sprinkler system in City Hall. The decision came Tuesday as a follow-up to action taken by the council in January requiring fire sprinklers in all new structures, including residences, built in the city. Councilman Roland E. Bigonger voted against the proposal, suggesting that the sprinklers be installed as part of a planned expansion of City Hall, which is expected to be occur in about two years.
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April 21, 1990 | LINDA M. HICKMAN
The City Council this week unanimously approved the southwest corner of Casa Loma Avenue and Imperial Highway as the site of a $5.2-million community center. The center, which was proposed in 1987, was originally planned for the grounds of the Yorba Linda Middle School. But after objections from the Placentia Unified School District, the council decided to search for another site.
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December 6, 1990 | TED JOHNSON
City Council members this week elected Mark Schwing to serve as mayor next year. Schwing, 50, a satellite communications program manager, has been on the City Council since 1988. He replaced Gene Wisner, who was mayor this past year. Irwin M. Fried, 58, an attorney who has served on the City Council since 1976, was elected mayor pro tem, replacing Schwing. Also on Tuesday, attorney John M. Gullixson and Henry W. Wedaa were sworn in as council members.
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