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February 23, 1994 | WILLSON CUMMER
City Council members met with directors of the Costa Mesa Sanitary District on Tuesday to talk about a possible city takeover of residential trash collection and the sewer system. No decision was reached. Councilman Peter F. Buffa suggested the city might be able to save money for residents by running the 50-year-old independent district. With a $5.6-million budget, the district collects residential trash in Costa Mesa and some unincorporated areas of the county.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 23, 1994 | WILLSON CUMMER
City Council members met with directors of the Costa Mesa Sanitary District on Tuesday to talk about a possible city takeover of residential trash collection and the sewer system. No decision was reached. Councilman Peter F. Buffa suggested the city might be able to save money for residents by running the 50-year-old independent district. With a $5.6-million budget, the district collects residential trash in Costa Mesa and some unincorporated areas of the county.
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January 5, 1986 | KENNETH F. BUNTING, Times Staff Writer
Southern California automobile shredders, frustrated by a persistent disposal problem and baffled by a multifaceted bureaucracy that cannot solve it, received a ray of hope for a solution in their Christmas mail. Operators of a large landfill in the Imperial County desert sent out letters saying they have more than enough room to accept the more than 8,000 tons of shredder residue that the five Southern California auto shredding firms generate monthly.
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May 30, 1993 | FRANK CLIFFORD and LENNIE La GUIRE, Clifford is a Times Staff Writer. LaGuire is anAssistant Metropolitan Editor
Richard Riordan, a highly successful businessman and senior partner in the Riordan & McKinzie law firm in downtown Los Angeles, is running for mayor on a platform stressing public safety and job creation. Riordan, 63, a Brentwood resident, is also portraying himself as a government outsider. But he has served as president of the city Recreation and Parks Commission and the Coliseum Commission and is one the largest political contributors in California.
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