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February 3, 1994 | ED BOND
Since Jan. 17, Ben Caputo has been playing the waiting game. The co-owner of the landmark Sterling's Restaurant in Sunland gets asked almost every day whether he will reopen the business that has hosted hundreds of wedding receptions, civic club meetings and community events. Each time the question is answered the same: He doesn't know. He's waiting--waiting for inspectors; waiting for insurance agents; waiting, waiting, waiting. "Down the line, everybody suffers, everybody hurts," Caputo said.
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December 6, 1994 | ED BOND
Sterling's, a landmark restaurant in Sunland, has not yet fallen to a demolition crew, but its owners are still playing the same waiting game that began when the Northridge earthquake struck. On July 1, the Los Angeles City Department of Building and Safety threatened to have the restaurant torn down unless it was repaired by the end of September. But Councilman Joel Wachs was able to get an indefinite extension granted, said Vicki Lee, Wachs' deputy.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 6, 1994 | ED BOND
Sterling's, a landmark restaurant in Sunland, has not yet fallen to a demolition crew, but its owners are still playing the same waiting game that began when the Northridge earthquake struck. On July 1, the Los Angeles City Department of Building and Safety threatened to have the restaurant torn down unless it was repaired by the end of September. But Councilman Joel Wachs was able to get an indefinite extension granted, said Vicki Lee, Wachs' deputy.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 3, 1994 | ED BOND
Since Jan. 17, Ben Caputo has been playing the waiting game. The co-owner of the landmark Sterling's Restaurant in Sunland gets asked almost every day whether he will reopen the business that has hosted hundreds of wedding receptions, civic club meetings and community events. Each time the question is answered the same: He doesn't know. He's waiting--waiting for inspectors; waiting for insurance agents; waiting, waiting, waiting. "Down the line, everybody suffers, everybody hurts," Caputo said.
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