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August 29, 1996 | DARRELL SATZMAN
Residents of the city of San Fernando have to dial a new phone number to request field service from Los Angeles County Animal Care and Control, officials announced. The new number routes calls previously directed to the county's central dispatch system to the Castaic Shelter, which serves San Fernando, said Bob Ballenger, an administrator with Animal Care and Control.
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October 5, 1999 | ANDREW BLANKSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The San Fernando City Council put off selecting a developer for a planned downtown retail and theater complex Monday, with members saying they wanted to solicit other offers for the project. On a 3-2 vote, the council agreed to launch a formal competitive bidding process to develop the proposed three-acre site in the downtown area.
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February 9, 1994 | GEOFFREY MOHAN
The San Fernando City Council has authorized officials to proceed with emergency demolition contracts, and laid down rules on reconstruction of the city's quake-damaged neighborhoods. Virtually all structures can be rebuilt as they were, provided they conform to modern seismic standards and building codes, according to the resolutions. Some older buildings damaged by the earthquake normally would not be permitted under new zoning regulations.
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July 8, 1998 | TOM SCHULTZ
The City Council has decided to sell off surplus city vehicles, place a soda vending machine in a local park and extend its contract with cable television provider Time Warner for three months. The council met in private sessions recently to negotiate a new agreement with Time Warner, but a number of points--including how long the cable provider's new contract should last--have caused delays, said Councilwoman Joanne Baltierrez.
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December 8, 1994 | TIM MAY
A development firm from Diamond Bar is pouring over San Fernando's financial data, real estate records and crime reports in an attempt to help the 2.4-square-mile city come up with a new economic growth plan. GRC Coppenhaver was awarded a contract not to exceed $37,600 by the City Council last month. Funds for the study come from a federal grant administered by the Los Angeles Community Development Commission for areas struck by the Jan. 17 Northridge earthquake.
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January 19, 1989
The San Fernando City Council, bowing to an ultimatum from the city of Los Angeles, has ended a 40-year tradition by banning the sale of Fourth of July fireworks. The council voted unanimously to renew the city's contract with the Los Angeles Fire Department, which had said it would not continue to extend service to San Fernando if the fireworks sales continued. Although Los Angeles' ultimatum "does not set well with many people . . .
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June 26, 1993 | CARMEN VALENCIA
The San Fernando City Council hired a Latino-owned law firm Friday despite heated debate, a request that bids be solicited and claims by several residents and business owners that the decision amounted to reverse discrimination. The council voted 3 to 2, with council members Doude Wysbeek and Ray Ojeda dissenting, to hire the Los Angeles-based law firm of Ochoa & Sillas. There was no bidding on the contract.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 8, 1998 | TOM SCHULTZ
The City Council has decided to sell off surplus city vehicles, place a soda vending machine in a local park and extend its contract with cable television provider Time Warner for three months. The council met in private sessions recently to negotiate a new agreement with Time Warner, but a number of points--including how long the cable provider's new contract should last--have caused delays, said Councilwoman Joanne Baltierrez.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 9, 1995 | TIM MAY
The city of San Fernando has hired a new law firm and a new city attorney to advise the municipality in legal matters. This week, San Fernando's City Council voted to approve the selection of the Los Angeles law firm Richards, Watson & Gershon, and selected Michael Estrada as the city's new legal counsel. The city's previous attorney, C. Edward Dilkes, had been with San Fernando since January.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 5, 1999 | ANDREW BLANKSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The San Fernando City Council put off selecting a developer for a planned downtown retail and theater complex Monday, with members saying they wanted to solicit other offers for the project. On a 3-2 vote, the council agreed to launch a formal competitive bidding process to develop the proposed three-acre site in the downtown area.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 29, 1996 | DARRELL SATZMAN
Residents of the city of San Fernando have to dial a new phone number to request field service from Los Angeles County Animal Care and Control, officials announced. The new number routes calls previously directed to the county's central dispatch system to the Castaic Shelter, which serves San Fernando, said Bob Ballenger, an administrator with Animal Care and Control.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 9, 1995 | TIM MAY
The city of San Fernando has hired a new law firm and a new city attorney to advise the municipality in legal matters. This week, San Fernando's City Council voted to approve the selection of the Los Angeles law firm Richards, Watson & Gershon, and selected Michael Estrada as the city's new legal counsel. The city's previous attorney, C. Edward Dilkes, had been with San Fernando since January.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 8, 1994 | TIM MAY
A development firm from Diamond Bar is pouring over San Fernando's financial data, real estate records and crime reports in an attempt to help the 2.4-square-mile city come up with a new economic growth plan. GRC Coppenhaver was awarded a contract not to exceed $37,600 by the City Council last month. Funds for the study come from a federal grant administered by the Los Angeles Community Development Commission for areas struck by the Jan. 17 Northridge earthquake.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 20, 1994 | ED BOND
The city of San Fernando has put its lawyers aside for the moment, deciding to talk out the objections it has over the way Mission Community Hospitals was formed earlier this year when San Fernando and Panorama community hospitals were combined. "Maybe the problem we had was a lack of communication," Mayor Raymond Ojeda said at Monday night's City Council meeting. City Atty.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 9, 1994 | GEOFFREY MOHAN
The San Fernando City Council has authorized officials to proceed with emergency demolition contracts, and laid down rules on reconstruction of the city's quake-damaged neighborhoods. Virtually all structures can be rebuilt as they were, provided they conform to modern seismic standards and building codes, according to the resolutions. Some older buildings damaged by the earthquake normally would not be permitted under new zoning regulations.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 26, 1993 | CARMEN VALENCIA
The San Fernando City Council hired a Latino-owned law firm Friday despite heated debate, a request that bids be solicited and claims by several residents and business owners that the decision amounted to reverse discrimination. The council voted 3 to 2, with council members Doude Wysbeek and Ray Ojeda dissenting, to hire the Los Angeles-based law firm of Ochoa & Sillas. There was no bidding on the contract.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 20, 1994 | ED BOND
The city of San Fernando has put its lawyers aside for the moment, deciding to talk out the objections it has over the way Mission Community Hospitals was formed earlier this year when San Fernando and Panorama community hospitals were combined. "Maybe the problem we had was a lack of communication," Mayor Raymond Ojeda said at Monday night's City Council meeting. City Atty.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 6, 1988
A day after the busiest Fourth of July in its Fire Department's history, the Los Angeles City Council Tuesday moved to cut off fire protection to San Fernando unless that city bans the sale of fireworks. The council unanimously and without discussion voted to require the ban as a condition for a new fire protection contract with the small city. Under the existing 10-year contract, which expires June 30, 1989, San Fernando is paying Los Angeles almost $1.4 million this year for fire protection.
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May 26, 1993 | CARMEN VALENCIA
After reviving its bid to provide cable service to San Fernando residents for a second time, West Valley Cablevision Industries has won approval to take over the 2,500-household cable system serving the city as soon as next month.
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January 19, 1989
The San Fernando City Council, bowing to an ultimatum from the city of Los Angeles, has ended a 40-year tradition by banning the sale of Fourth of July fireworks. The council voted unanimously to renew the city's contract with the Los Angeles Fire Department, which had said it would not continue to extend service to San Fernando if the fireworks sales continued. Although Los Angeles' ultimatum "does not set well with many people . . .
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