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January 25, 1994 | JACK SEARLES
In Simi Valley, the Ventura County city that was closest to the epicenter, Chamber of Commerce President Mike McCaffrey believes it will be six to 12 weeks before business returns to near normal. "By then, most companies will be back in operation," he said. "However, I would guess that it will be six months before things are completely normal." McCaffrey declined to estimate how many people were thrown out of work because of damaged facilities.
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January 25, 1994 | JACK SEARLES
In Simi Valley, the Ventura County city that was closest to the epicenter, Chamber of Commerce President Mike McCaffrey believes it will be six to 12 weeks before business returns to near normal. "By then, most companies will be back in operation," he said. "However, I would guess that it will be six months before things are completely normal." McCaffrey declined to estimate how many people were thrown out of work because of damaged facilities.
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May 13, 1992 | PHIL SNEIDERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Facing tough economic times and growing competition from other cities trying to increase their tax bases, Simi Valley officials have offered a $175,000 cash bonus to entice a San Fernando Valley medical supply firm to move to the city. On Tuesday, however, city officials said they were still uncertain whether the bonus, the city's first such offer, will be enough to persuade Guardian Products, a medical supplies manufacturer, to move its corporate offices, plant and 470 jobs to Simi Valley.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 13, 1992 | PHIL SNEIDERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Facing tough economic times and growing competition from other cities trying to increase their tax bases, Simi Valley officials have offered a $175,000 cash bonus to entice a San Fernando Valley medical supply firm to move to the city. On Tuesday, however, city officials said they were still uncertain whether the bonus, the city's first such offer, will be enough to persuade Guardian Products, a medical supplies manufacturer, to move its corporate offices, plant and 470 jobs to Simi Valley.
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