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December 22, 1992 | JACK SEARLES
One of Ventura County's largest developers, the Sammis Co., has changed its name to the SARES Co. as a result of an $800-million merger with a Northern California residential builder. The former Sammis offices in Westlake Village and Oxnard will continue to oversee two major commercial projects on Rice Avenue in Oxnard, said Russell Goodman, who remains as president of the newly merged firm's Ventura/Los Angeles region.
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February 12, 1993 | DAVID W. MYERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two Southland-based real estate giants, Regis Homes of Newport Beach and SARES Co. of Irvine, said Thursday that they will merge to become one of California's largest property owners. The new company, SARES-Regis Group, will control a $2-billion, 10-million-square-foot portfolio of commercial and industrial buildings and 10,000 apartment units.
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February 12, 1993 | DAVID W. MYERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Two Southland-based real estate giants, Regis Homes of Newport Beach and SARES Co. of Irvine, said Thursday that they will merge to become one of California's largest property owners. The new company, SARES-Regis Group, will control a $2-billion, 10-million-square-foot portfolio of commercial and industrial buildings and 10,000 apartment units.
BUSINESS
December 22, 1992 | JACK SEARLES
One of Ventura County's largest developers, the Sammis Co., has changed its name to the SARES Co. as a result of an $800-million merger with a Northern California residential builder. The former Sammis offices in Westlake Village and Oxnard will continue to oversee two major commercial projects on Rice Avenue in Oxnard, said Russell Goodman, who remains as president of the newly merged firm's Ventura/Los Angeles region.
BUSINESS
November 12, 1992
Thank you for your informative article on "Keeping It Kosher" (Oct. 29). By implying, however, that Orthodox Jews are the only ones who follow Jewish dietary laws, your article unwittingly makes keeping kosher sound hopelessly provincial, obscure and arduous. An increasing number of moderate and liberal Jews are establishing kosher households along a continuum of levels of observance.
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August 12, 1993 | MATTHEW MOSK, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A hotly debated plan to restrict Oxnard's adult-oriented businesses to one section of northeast Oxnard has raised objections from industrial property owners in the area and has angered residents of a nearby low-income neighborhood. The plan was tabled late Tuesday after nearly 300 people jammed an Oxnard City Council session to push for restrictions on adult book and video stores.
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October 10, 2000 | BOB HOWARD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The San Fernando Valley's biggest development--Walt Disney Co.'s proposed $2-billion Glendale campus--moved forward with the release of its environmental impact report during the third quarter, while a host of other projects were started, completed or announced. Among the busiest developers of projects already under construction in the Valley is Trammell Crow Co., which is focusing on infill sites.
BUSINESS
November 12, 1992
Thank you for your informative article on "Keeping It Kosher" (Oct. 29). By implying, however, that Orthodox Jews are the only ones who follow Jewish dietary laws, your article unwittingly makes keeping kosher sound hopelessly provincial, obscure and arduous. An increasing number of moderate and liberal Jews are establishing kosher households along a continuum of levels of observance.
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