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July 20, 1997 | NICK GREEN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
For generations, the Limoneira Co. and this Santa Clara Valley city grew and prospered together, the farm company's powerful owners playing an influential role in shaping the community. But in recent years the fortunes of Santa Paula and Limoneira--who share common founders--diverged. The city became Ventura County's poor stepchild, its sagging economy reflected in its timeworn downtown. The 104-year-old Limoneira Co., in contrast, grew to become the county's largest farming enterprise.
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July 20, 1997 | NICK GREEN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
For generations, the Limoneira Co. and this Santa Clara Valley city grew and prospered together, the farm company's powerful owners playing an influential role in shaping the community. But in recent years the fortunes of Santa Paula and Limoneira--who share common founders--diverged. The city became Ventura County's poor stepchild, its sagging economy reflected in its timeworn downtown. The 104-year-old Limoneira Co., in contrast, grew to become the county's largest farming enterprise.
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June 21, 1996 | NICK GREEN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
June Cleaver would be shocked. Universal Pictures is pumping at least $250,000 into sleepy Santa Paula's sluggish economy during the eight days it spends filming a big-screen version of the television classic "Leave It to Beaver." About 400 residents of the modest farm town east of Ventura are getting their chance for movie stardom with roles as extras.
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June 21, 1996 | NICK GREEN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
June Cleaver would be shocked. Universal Pictures is pumping at least $250,000 into sleepy Santa Paula's sluggish economy during the eight days it spends filming a big-screen version of the television classic "Leave It to Beaver." About 400 residents of the modest farm town east of Ventura are getting their chance for movie stardom with roles as extras.
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