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September 25, 1995 | FRANK MANNING, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Local real estate investor Steve Carlson, whose family has a stormy history in this rustic canyon, has bet a small fortune that his neighbors are ready to forgive and forget. Carlson, who infuriated many people back in 1987 when he tried to grade land without permits, has invested heavily in a new restaurant and proposed retail center in the canyon's town center. He hopes people realize that he has learned from his mistakes, he says, and that they will support his new plans.
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December 17, 2007 | Jerry Crowe, Times Staff Writer
Steve Carlson wasn't a great player, nor did he last long in the NHL, but no other player who ever laced up a pair of skates for the Kings left a more indelible, sidesplitting mark in Hollywood. The King-for-a-season was one of the Hanson Brothers.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 16, 1999
* Russ Charvonia, a chartered financial consultant with the Renaissance Group in Ventura, has been awarded the 1998 Dalbar Seal for Financial Professionals. The award goes to individuals who meet requirements acknowledged by the Securities and Exchange Commission and receive above-average ratings from their clients. Charvonia has been a financial advisor for 16 years. * Steve Carlson has been hired as an account executive with KADY Television in Camarillo.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 16, 1999
* Russ Charvonia, a chartered financial consultant with the Renaissance Group in Ventura, has been awarded the 1998 Dalbar Seal for Financial Professionals. The award goes to individuals who meet requirements acknowledged by the Securities and Exchange Commission and receive above-average ratings from their clients. Charvonia has been a financial advisor for 16 years. * Steve Carlson has been hired as an account executive with KADY Television in Camarillo.
SPORTS
December 17, 2007 | Jerry Crowe, Times Staff Writer
Steve Carlson wasn't a great player, nor did he last long in the NHL, but no other player who ever laced up a pair of skates for the Kings left a more indelible, sidesplitting mark in Hollywood. The King-for-a-season was one of the Hanson Brothers.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 26, 1987 | BOB POOL, Times Staff Writer
A Topanga Canyon landowner who allegedly bulldozed an ancient Indian village site and dumped the dirt into Topanga Creek was arrested Tuesday after an archeologist threw himself on the front of earthmoving equipment. Developer Arnold Carlson, 62, was jailed for six hours after a confrontation with officers from two state agencies and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department at a three-acre construction site in the heart of the rustic canyon.
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June 18, 1994 | STEVE KRESAL
Fullerton's Kevin Carlson, Orange Coast's LeAnn Kazmer and Golden West's Jessica Lee were selected Orange County community college athletes of the year by area sports information directors. Carlson, from Katella High, was a standout basketball player and high jumper for the Hornets. Carlson, who is 6 feet 5, averaged 16 points for Fullerton and was selected to the All-Orange Empire Conference basketball team. With no time off, he went right from basketball to the high jump.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 10, 1997
Your Nov. 18 editorial, "No Holes When Lives Are at Risk," emphasized problems associated with dead spots or areas where signals are weak without identifying the cause--local resistance to the placement of antennas. Many local governments are throwing up roadblocks to the siting of antennas, thus affecting 911 coverage and the quality of service. The wireless industry has been working with local governments to find solutions that balance the needs of public safety agencies, consumers, residents and the industry and yet ensure that coverage is as ubiquitous and reliable as possible.
BUSINESS
October 27, 1998
More than 40 real estate leaders will share their assessments of the apartment and housing markets at the Annual Apartment and Housing Outlook conference Nov. 16 at Century Plaza Hotel. Speakers will address such topics as the strength of housing and apartment construction, the economy and legislation related to the industry. Participants will get insight into what is happening in the real estate cycle, current market trends and how interest rate movement affects the business.
BUSINESS
October 16, 2000 | DARYL STRICKLAND, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Alex Oldham has a high-speed Internet connection at work, and he wanted one for his computer at home, where he sometimes works. The trouble is he was living in an apartment that wasn't wired for speed. No longer. His complex in the Bay Area town of Foster City became one of the first in a pilot program by owner BRE Properties Inc. to get high-speed wiring and a private Internet site, called an intranet, with a host of services for tenants.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 25, 1995 | FRANK MANNING, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Local real estate investor Steve Carlson, whose family has a stormy history in this rustic canyon, has bet a small fortune that his neighbors are ready to forgive and forget. Carlson, who infuriated many people back in 1987 when he tried to grade land without permits, has invested heavily in a new restaurant and proposed retail center in the canyon's town center. He hopes people realize that he has learned from his mistakes, he says, and that they will support his new plans.
SPORTS
June 18, 1994 | STEVE KRESAL
Fullerton's Kevin Carlson, Orange Coast's LeAnn Kazmer and Golden West's Jessica Lee were selected Orange County community college athletes of the year by area sports information directors. Carlson, from Katella High, was a standout basketball player and high jumper for the Hornets. Carlson, who is 6 feet 5, averaged 16 points for Fullerton and was selected to the All-Orange Empire Conference basketball team. With no time off, he went right from basketball to the high jump.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 26, 1987 | BOB POOL, Times Staff Writer
A Topanga Canyon landowner who allegedly bulldozed an ancient Indian village site and dumped the dirt into Topanga Creek was arrested Tuesday after an archeologist threw himself on the front of earthmoving equipment. Developer Arnold Carlson, 62, was jailed for six hours after a confrontation with officers from two state agencies and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department at a three-acre construction site in the heart of the rustic canyon.
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March 14, 1993 | TOM BIRSCHBACH
Ocean View took advantage of Huntington Beach starting pitcher Ryan Brannan's wildness and some sloppy Oiler fielding to open up a big lead en route to a 12-3 victory and the championship of the Loara Tournament Saturday night at Glover Stadium in Anaheim. The Seahawks (5-0) took an 8-0 lead in the first inning, as Brannan was unable to find the strike zone and his fielders were unable to get a handle on the baseball.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 9, 1998 | RICHARD WARCHOL
Thirteen high school journalists and two high school programs were selected Wednesday as winners and honorable mentions in The Times Ventura County and Valley editions' first high school journalism awards program. The winners, whose works were selected from hundreds of entries, are: * Nick Edwards, Adolfo Camarillo High School, feature story. * Luis Chavarin, Channel Islands High School, feature photo. * Eric Cheung, Thousand Oaks High School, cartoon/illustration.
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