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January 10, 1994 | JEFF SCHNAUFER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
At its smallest point, you can throw a football from one end of the community to another. It's so new the local pizza delivery man wouldn't know where to send your pie. And if you get lost looking for it, forget about asking for directions. "What do you mean, Sherman Village?" growled Neil Auyoub, manager of a Shell gas station at Magnolia Boulevard and Coldwater Canyon Avenue. "Never heard of it."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 10, 1994 | JEFF SCHNAUFER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
At its smallest point, you can throw a football from one end of the community to another. It's so new the local pizza delivery man wouldn't know where to send your pie. And if you get lost looking for it, forget about asking for directions. "What do you mean, Sherman Village?" growled Neil Auyoub, manager of a Shell gas station at Magnolia Boulevard and Coldwater Canyon Avenue. "Never heard of it."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 4, 1995
Barbara Yaroslavsky is a hard-working and caring person. She is open-minded, fair and tough. She has also demonstrated that she can take pressure and has answered every question posed of her. I have personally worked and volunteered with her at the United Jewish Federation when I served as chairman of my business and professional division. The dedication this lady has is just unbelievable. Her work for the elderly, the sick and the community is incomparable. I know she will continue this type of dedication on the City Council and will be accessible to the people.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 22, 1993
In hope of ending neighborhood boundary disputes, a Los Angeles City Council committee will today consider adopting official boundaries for San Fernando Valley communities, including the new communities of Porter Ranch, Shadow Hills and Sherman Village. .A boundaries map was drafted in response to several squabbles in the past few years over the names and boundaries of various Valley communities, said city legislative assistant Bill Pruner.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 8, 1996 | DAVID E. BRADY
A city zoning official will hold public hearings in Sherman Oaks on Friday regarding several applications for city zoning permits, including a proposal to expand a Sun Valley restaurant and amusement center, the Los Angeles office of zoning administration has announced. The applications include requests for: * A conditional-use permit to renovate and expand Chuck E. Cheese restaurant at 8375 Laurel Canyon Blvd. in Sun Valley.
OPINION
June 6, 2009
Re "Outing requires guidelines," Column, May 29 As a gay woman, I agree with James Rainey that public officials shouldn't be outed as long as their policies do no harm to the gay community. But when he says that closeted gay officials should not be outed based on their stance that legally binding partnerships provide "all the needed rights and protections for same-sex couples," we differ. Times have changed; that's not a moderate stance anymore, and legally binding partnerships are not marriage.
OPINION
March 22, 2013
Re "Regional ban on beach fires is proposed," March 16 In an enriching story about generosity and humanity, as told by The Times in a separate March 16 article, Superior Court Judge Craig Mitchell trained Midnight Mission residents to run last Sunday's L.A. Marathon. The story shows the positive impact Mitchell had on these men's lives. In a contrasting story, beachfront property owners in Orange County have demanded that fire pits be removed from the public beaches in front of their homes.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 22, 1988 | BOB POOL, Times Staff Writer
Joan Sindel was explaining what it's like to live behind sandbags in a leaky condominium when--as if on cue--water suddenly started pouring off a neighbor's balcony. Another flood had struck her 5-year-old Sherman Oaks condominium complex. It would add to the misery of homeowners who complain that their 118-unit townhouse is literally awash with problems that are causing it to fall apart.
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