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April 15, 1994
Three months after the Northridge earthquake temporarily severed Santa Clarita from the rest of Los Angeles County, a telecommuting facility has opened for dozens of employees to avoid the southbound traffic snarl. Thursday's grand opening of the Santa Clarita TeleCenter included representatives from its major sponsors, contributing businesses and area politicians.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 15, 1994
Three months after the Northridge earthquake temporarily severed Santa Clarita from the rest of Los Angeles County, a telecommuting facility has opened for dozens of employees to avoid the southbound traffic snarl. Thursday's grand opening of the Santa Clarita TeleCenter included representatives from its major sponsors, contributing businesses and area politicians.
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May 16, 1994 | STUART SILVERSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Telecommuting, an idea that excited the imaginations of many traffic-weary Southern Californians after January's earthquake, is looking more and more like a nifty notion whose time hasn't quite come. There is no rush of employees trading Southland freeways for the information superhighway, partly because of quick road repairs and resistance from traditional managers who like keeping an eye on their workers.
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