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June 18, 1992 | JODI WILGOREN
California's children are suffering and things will only get worse as legislators slash spending to meet revenue shortfalls, a high-ranking state official said Wednesday. "What we're going to experience in the next decade is a battle for our children," said Stephen Rhoads, state undersecretary for Child Development and Education. "It's going to be a tough, tough, tough struggle."
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June 18, 1992 | JODI WILGOREN
California's children are suffering and things will only get worse as legislators slash spending to meet revenue shortfalls, a high-ranking state official said Wednesday. "What we're going to experience in the next decade is a battle for our children," said Stephen Rhoads, state undersecretary for Child Development and Education. "It's going to be a tough, tough, tough struggle."
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March 12, 1988
Two year-round schools in Santa Ana Unified School District were given a total of $747,919 in state funds this month for air conditioning and insulation, Assemblyman Richard Longshore (R-Santa Ana) announced. Longshore and Stephen Rhoads, executive director of the state Energy Commission, recently presented a check to Santa Ana school officials for the state funds for Diamond Elementary and Franklin Elementary.
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August 18, 1989
Inglewood this week received kudos from a state commission for saving energy by installing a cost-cutting new cooling system at City Hall. "Others need to pay attention to Inglewood," said Stephen M. Rhoads, executive director of the California Energy Commission. He told city officials that Inglewood is a leader among California cities in energy conservation. The city's Thermal Energy Storage Cooling System, which cost $453,000, was dedicated Tuesday, though it began operating in early June.
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March 11, 1997 | CARLOS V. LOZANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Former California Energy Commission Chairman Charles R. Imbrecht, who resigned his post after nearly 15 years because of a drunk-driving arrest, pleaded guilty Monday to a misdemeanor and was sentenced to 40 days in County Jail. Ventura County Superior Court Judge Charles Campbell ordered Imbrecht, who had two prior drunk-driving convictions, to begin serving his sentence May 1. Imbrecht did not appear in court.
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March 11, 1997 | CARLOS V. LOZANO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Former California Energy Commission Chairman Charles R. Imbrecht, who resigned his post in early January after nearly 15 years because of a drunk driving arrest, pleaded guilty Monday to a misdemeanor and was sentenced to 40 days in the County Jail. Ventura County Superior Court Judge Charles Campbell ordered Imbrecht, who had two prior drunk driving convictions, to begin serving his sentence May 1. Imbrecht did not appear in court.
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October 27, 2010 | By Rick Rojas and Richard Winton, Los Angeles Times
The school bus in which 21 people were injured when it flipped on its side after being broadsided by a speeding BMW in Boyle Heights is among hundreds of buses transporting students in the Los Angeles Unified School District that are not equipped with seat belts. The school bus is a reflection of the district's aging fleet, in which two-thirds of the buses still lack restraints, according to district figures. Since July 2005, school buses built to carry more than 16 passengers have been required to have three-point seat belts ?
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June 1, 1986 | BOB DVORCHAK, Associated Press
Two years ago Roger Meyer was asked to fix an abandoned oil well leaking in the Allegheny National Forest, a haven for wildlife and recreation that is also part of the world's oldest commercial oil field. "We started on one spill and found another and another and another," said Meyer, a coordinator for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. "We found nine spills in a half-mile radius, including one pit filled with 90,000 gallons that was discharging continuously into a stream.
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