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December 23, 1997 | DARRELL SATZMAN
Nearly two-thirds of business leaders who answered a Chamber of Commerce survey believe the city's economy will improve in the coming years and almost half say they plan to expand their businesses in 1998. The survey of 53 business owners and managers was taken in November as part of a six-year economic development strategy, which the chamber is preparing to unveil in January, said chamber President Bruce Cohen. "I think this survey does reflect optimism," Cohen said recently.
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December 23, 1997 | DARRELL SATZMAN
Nearly two-thirds of business leaders who answered a Chamber of Commerce survey believe the city's economy will improve in the coming years and almost half say they plan to expand their businesses in 1998. The survey of 53 business owners and managers was taken in November as part of a six-year economic development strategy, which the chamber is preparing to unveil in January, said chamber President Bruce Cohen. "I think this survey does reflect optimism," Cohen said recently.
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January 13, 1994 | GEOFFREY MOHAN
While Southern California's stubborn recession has wreaked havoc on many cities, San Fernando has skirted disaster and chugs steadily along, City Administrator Mary Strenn told business leaders Wednesday. "We have been able to maintain and it clearly is due to the business community," Strenn said. "We're very vulnerable and very dependent on the business community." At one point, city officials had feared that Vons Grocery Co.'
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January 13, 1994 | GEOFFREY MOHAN
While Southern California's stubborn recession has wreaked havoc on many cities, San Fernando has skirted disaster and chugs steadily along, City Administrator Mary Strenn told business leaders Wednesday. "We have been able to maintain and it clearly is due to the business community," Strenn said. "We're very vulnerable and very dependent on the business community." At one point, city officials had feared that Vons Grocery Co.'
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