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October 4, 1994 | Jack Searles
The unveiling of the new 1995 model year autos means activity is about to heat up at Ventura County's fast-growing deep-water harbor, the Port of Hueneme. Over the next several months, thousands of Volvos, BMWs, Jaguars, Mazdas, Mitsubishis and Land Rovers will be passing through the small facility in Port Hueneme. The cars will be driven to nearby processing centers, where they'll be inspected and equipped with radios and other accessories.
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March 17, 2004 | From a Times Staff Writer
Plans to bring a 154-foot-high tall ship to Channel Islands Harbor for educational tours hit a snag Tuesday when Ventura County Supervisor Linda Parks objected to the county's participation. Harbor Director Lyn Krieger had sought approval from the Board of Supervisors to spend $60,000 on a fundraising effort aimed at paying off the Tole Mour's loan and bringing the tall ship to the harbor for permanent display.
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March 18, 1993 | KAY SAILLANT
The California Coastal Commission on Wednesday shot down a request by an environmental lobbying firm to revoke a three-year permit allowing Chevron Corp. to ship oil south by tanker along Ventura County's coast. The commission voted 9 to 0, with two abstentions, to deny the request made by the Environmental Defense Center of Santa Barbara.
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February 15, 2001 | BILL LOCEY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Two historic tall ships are scheduled to arrive at Channel Islands Harbor today for a 10-day stay as part of the fifth annual Voyages of Rediscovery Winter Tour. Costumed crew members of the Hawaiian Chieftain and Lady Washington will offer tours, classes, sailing lessons and battle reenactments. Tours--today from 3 to 6 p.m.--will depict the life of 18th century sailors, but it will be a somewhat romanticized slice of the past.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 15, 2001 | BILL LOCEY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Two historic tall ships are scheduled to arrive at Channel Islands Harbor today for a 10-day stay as part of the fifth annual Voyages of Rediscovery Winter Tour. Costumed crew members of the Hawaiian Chieftain and Lady Washington will offer tours, classes, sailing lessons and battle reenactments. Tours--today from 3 to 6 p.m.--will depict the life of 18th century sailors, but it will be a somewhat romanticized slice of the past.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 17, 2004 | From a Times Staff Writer
Plans to bring a 154-foot-high tall ship to Channel Islands Harbor for educational tours hit a snag Tuesday when Ventura County Supervisor Linda Parks objected to the county's participation. Harbor Director Lyn Krieger had sought approval from the Board of Supervisors to spend $60,000 on a fundraising effort aimed at paying off the Tole Mour's loan and bringing the tall ship to the harbor for permanent display.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 21, 1993 | MACK REED, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Packed full, a pale green Harrison Bros. truck rumbles over the Santa Clara River, cuts between the celery fields and hisses to a stop atop Ventura County's largest landfill. The truck dumps. Tons of trash spill onto the massive hill, where heavy machines crush the refuse into a modern, honeycombed pattern of waste "cells" surrounded with dirt, capping an older, messier pile that grew years deep before environmental laws demanded cleaner waste-disposal procedures. This is Bailard Landfill.
BUSINESS
October 4, 1994 | Jack Searles
The unveiling of the new 1995 model year autos means activity is about to heat up at Ventura County's fast-growing deep-water harbor, the Port of Hueneme. Over the next several months, thousands of Volvos, BMWs, Jaguars, Mazdas, Mitsubishis and Land Rovers will be passing through the small facility in Port Hueneme. The cars will be driven to nearby processing centers, where they'll be inspected and equipped with radios and other accessories.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 18, 1993 | KAY SAILLANT
The California Coastal Commission on Wednesday shot down a request by an environmental lobbying firm to revoke a three-year permit allowing Chevron Corp. to ship oil south by tanker along Ventura County's coast. The commission voted 9 to 0, with two abstentions, to deny the request made by the Environmental Defense Center of Santa Barbara.
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