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June 29, 1999
Despite a 50% increase in costs, the city's top two administrators are prepared to recommend that Los Angeles go ahead with construction of a civic center building in Van Nuys to provide centralized services for the San Fernando Valley, officials said Monday. A report by Chief Legislative Analyst Ron Deaton and acting City Administrative Officer Paul Cauley was being finalized Monday for release as early as today so it can be acted on next month by the City Council, officials said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 29, 1999
Despite a 50% increase in costs, the city's top two administrators are prepared to recommend that Los Angeles go ahead with construction of a civic center building in Van Nuys to provide centralized services for the San Fernando Valley, officials said Monday. A report by Chief Legislative Analyst Ron Deaton and acting City Administrative Officer Paul Cauley was being finalized Monday for release as early as today so it can be acted on next month by the City Council, officials said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 29, 1999 | PATRICK McGREEVY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Despite a 50% jump in costs, the city's top two administrators are prepared to recommend that Los Angeles go ahead with construction of a new civic center building in Van Nuys to provide centralized services for the San Fernando Valley, officials said Monday. A report by Chief Legislative Analyst Ron Deaton and Acting City Administrative Officer Paul Cauley was being finalized Monday for release as early as today so it can be acted on next month by the City Council, officials said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 29, 1999 | PATRICK McGREEVY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Despite a 50% jump in costs, the city's top two administrators are prepared to recommend that Los Angeles go ahead with construction of a new civic center building in Van Nuys to provide centralized services for the San Fernando Valley, officials said Monday. A report by Chief Legislative Analyst Ron Deaton and Acting City Administrative Officer Paul Cauley was being finalized Monday for release as early as today so it can be acted on next month by the City Council, officials said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 1, 1996 | DOUG SMITH
The revolutionaries promoting the idea of the San Fernando Valley parting from its kin across the mountains to become a city of its own should start focusing on the details of just what this would mean. All the high rhetoric about tax dollars, services and fairness may be good for the cause, but it tends to gloss over the difficult choices ahead. Like, where would the new city council meet?
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 30, 1996 | SYLVIA L. OLIANDE
The new San Fernando Valley Divisional Office of the United States Bankruptcy Court opened Monday morning, eliminating the need for residents to make the trip downtown to file or go to court. A steady stream of people lined up at the four available windows midday, while others worked the computers to check the status of bankruptcy cases, and still others stood to have copies made at the in-house copy center. Court employees said the offices at 21041 Burbank Blvd.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 30, 1996 | SYLVIA L. OLIANDE
The new San Fernando Valley Divisional Office of the United States Bankruptcy Court opened Monday morning, eliminating the need for residents to make the trip downtown to file or go to court. A steady stream of people lined up at the four available windows midday, while others worked the computers to check the status of bankruptcy cases, and still others stood to have copies made at the in-house copy center. Court employees said the offices at 21041 Burbank Blvd.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 1, 1996 | DOUG SMITH
The revolutionaries promoting the idea of the San Fernando Valley parting from its kin across the mountains to become a city of its own should start focusing on the details of just what this would mean. All the high rhetoric about tax dollars, services and fairness may be good for the cause, but it tends to gloss over the difficult choices ahead. Like, where would the new city council meet?
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