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September 19, 1995 | FRANK MANNING
A freeway sign that has towered for 28 years above an Agoura Hills service station was taken down Monday, marking a milestone for many residents of this city who hope someday to eliminate all freeway signs from the landscape. About a dozen city officials and community activists cheered as a crane removed the last of five letters on the 70-foot Shell sign at 5134 Kanan Road.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 19, 1995 | FRANK MANNING
A freeway sign that has towered for 28 years above an Agoura Hills service station was taken down Monday, marking a milestone for many residents of this city who hope someday to eliminate all freeway signs from the landscape. About a dozen city officials and community activists cheered as a crane removed the last of five letters on the 70-foot Shell sign at 5134 Kanan Road.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 29, 1991
Gasoline containing too much rust inhibitor was sold at 106 Mobil service stations in the Los Angeles area, causing problems for some motorists, Mobil Oil Corp. officials said Friday. Mobil has promised to reimburse motorists for repairs related to the gasoline, which was sold at stations in the South Bay area, Long Beach, Santa Monica and other parts of Los Angeles and Orange counties.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 29, 1991
Gasoline containing too much rust inhibitor was sold at 106 Mobil service stations in the Los Angeles area, causing problems for some motorists, Mobil Oil Corp. officials said Friday. Mobil has promised to reimburse motorists for repairs related to the gasoline, which was sold at stations in the South Bay area, Long Beach, Santa Monica and other parts of Los Angeles and Orange counties.
BUSINESS
May 9, 2000 | NANCY RIVERA BROOKS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
BP Amoco has temporarily closed 19 Arco service stations in Los Angeles County because of concerns about their underground storage tanks. Some of the stations have had all pumps closed and others only some pumps, a company spokesman said. The closures came nearly two weeks after California environmental officials revealed they are investigating whether Atlantic Richfield Co.
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January 29, 1992 | JAMES RAINEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
One week there would be a gas station, the next week there would be a mini-mall. That seemed to be the story of the '80s on many Southern California street corners. So the irony wasn't lost on Hal Katersky when he saw that a familiar San Fernando Valley mini-mall had been demolished--soon to be replaced, of all things, by a gas station. "I got a big laugh out of it," said the real estate investor who once was part-owner of a dozen of the shopping strips. " . . . It has gone full circle."
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