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December 29, 1995
The view from atop Signal Hill may be too appealing for its own good. The city's 360-foot-high plateau, with its scenic vista of Long Beach and much of southeast Los Angeles County, has long been a popular spot for sightseers. Unfortunately, litterbugs seem to have taken a liking to it too. "The hilltop is a beautiful place to park one's car and enjoy a lunch with a view. Unfortunately, many choose to leave their trash behind," a recent report by city staff said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 29, 1995
The view from atop Signal Hill may be too appealing for its own good. The city's 360-foot-high plateau, with its scenic vista of Long Beach and much of southeast Los Angeles County, has long been a popular spot for sightseers. Unfortunately, litterbugs seem to have taken a liking to it too. "The hilltop is a beautiful place to park one's car and enjoy a lunch with a view. Unfortunately, many choose to leave their trash behind," a recent report by city staff said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 5, 1995 | J. MICHAEL KENNEDY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Over at Curley's Cafe, the self-proclaimed home of the best chili for miles around, a bunch of the boys were leaning against the bar, downing their beers or something a little stronger in the middle of the afternoon. They were oil men, most of them, having a couple after getting off work, not quite ready to head home. Outside of Curley's, a dark green oil pump bobbed in the parking lot, just as hundreds of others do here in Signal Hill.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 5, 1995 | J. MICHAEL KENNEDY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Over at Curley's Cafe, the self-proclaimed home of the best chili for miles around, a bunch of the boys were leaning against the bar, downing their beers or something a little stronger in the middle of the afternoon. They were oil men, most of them, having a couple after getting off work, not quite ready to head home. Outside of Curley's, a dark green oil pump bobbed in the parking lot, just as hundreds of others do here in Signal Hill.
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