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June 1, 1998 | JEFF LEEDS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A protracted dispute between Los Angeles city officials and a Sun Valley contractor has left at least 16 city streets without the required reflective striping that usually separates traffic lanes. City transportation crews are racing to lay down the yellow or white lines on stretches of heavily traveled thoroughfares, such as Victory and Foothill boulevards. The stripes--made of super-heated molten plastic poured onto the pavement--are designed to reflect light.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 1, 1998 | JEFF LEEDS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A protracted dispute between city officials and a Sun Valley contractor has left at least 16 city streets without the required reflective striping that usually separates traffic lanes. City transportation crews now are racing to lay down the yellow or white lines on stretches of major thoroughfares such as Victory and Foothill boulevards. The stripes--made of molten plastic poured onto the pavement--are designed to reflect light.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 1, 1998 | JEFF LEEDS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A protracted dispute between city officials and a Sun Valley contractor has left at least 16 city streets without the required reflective striping that usually separates traffic lanes. City transportation crews now are racing to lay down the yellow or white lines on stretches of major thoroughfares such as Victory and Foothill boulevards. The stripes--made of molten plastic poured onto the pavement--are designed to reflect light.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 1, 1998 | JEFF LEEDS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A protracted dispute between Los Angeles city officials and a Sun Valley contractor has left at least 16 city streets without the required reflective striping that usually separates traffic lanes. City transportation crews are racing to lay down the yellow or white lines on stretches of heavily traveled thoroughfares, such as Victory and Foothill boulevards. The stripes--made of super-heated molten plastic poured onto the pavement--are designed to reflect light.
REAL ESTATE
December 7, 1986
Dennis Sterndahl, president of Sun Valley-based Sterndahl Enterprises, has been elected president of the Parking and Highway Improvement Contractors Assn. Inc. Charles Pixley, president of Rileys Striping Service in Martinez, Calif.,was elected vice president. Rebecca Llewellyn, president of Chula Vista-based Payco Specialities Inc., was elected secretary-treasurer.
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April 25, 1990 | ERIC BAILEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dennis Sterndahl won't soon forget that slight bend of freeway where it happened. As a road crew from Sterndahl's highway striping company worked along the southbound San Diego Freeway late one night last week, a van came slicing out of the darkness at 80 m.p.h. Without warning, it plowed into Kevin Smith, crushing the 26-year-old highway worker against a flatbed maintenance truck.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 20, 1990 | DAVAN MAHARAJ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Mission Viejo man drove his van through a closed section of the San Diego Freeway early Thursday, slamming into a maintenance truck and killing himself and a highway worker, the California Highway Patrol said. The driver, Eulalio Castillo, 38, and the highway worker, Kevin Smith, 26, of Lancaster, were pronounced dead at the scene, CHP Officer Angel Johnson said. A second worker, Robert Ornelas, 25, of La Puente was injured.
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