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October 21, 1987
Santa Monica officials are recommending the New York-based Reliance Development Group be picked to develop 37 acres of choice land adjacent to the Santa Monica Airport. The city's largest development project in recent history, expected to take seven to nine years and cost $180 million, will include offices and a production studio.
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August 3, 2000 | GINA PICCALO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The Santa Monica City Council has been forced to put a hotel-backed initiative on the November ballot that requires pay raises for some city workers, but forbids the council from enacting a citywide living wage law. To put the measure on the ballot, Santa Monicans for a Living Wage, a group organized by the city's luxury beach hotels, spent more than $400,000 to gather 9,815 signatures to qualify the measure.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 3, 2000 | GINA PICCALO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The Santa Monica City Council has been forced to put a hotel-backed initiative on the November ballot that requires pay raises for some city workers, but forbids the council from enacting a citywide living wage law. To put the measure on the ballot, Santa Monicans for a Living Wage, a group organized by the city's luxury beach hotels, spent more than $400,000 to gather 9,815 signatures to qualify the measure.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 21, 1987
Santa Monica officials are recommending the New York-based Reliance Development Group be picked to develop 37 acres of choice land adjacent to the Santa Monica Airport. The city's largest development project in recent history, expected to take seven to nine years and cost $180 million, will include offices and a production studio.
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