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February 1, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A new law passed unanimously by the Sunnyvale City Council establishes strict regulations for users of toxic gases. Supporters called it a model ordinance for communities where semiconductor chips are manufactured. The law--designed to avoid a major release of toxic gases during an earthquake, fire or accident--requires firms to have 24-hour monitoring, seismic shut-off valves and storage facilities, and piping to control gases in the event of a leak.
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June 27, 1995 | JAMES F. PELTZ and RALPH VARTABEDIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Lockheed Martin Corp. will close 12 plants and slash 12,000 jobs worldwide under a massive streamlining plan announced Monday, but the aerospace giant's 600-acre missile and space factory in Sunnyvale, Calif., will be spared. The company's overall presence in the state, in fact, will remain mostly intact--one of the few times in the post-Cold War era that California's battered aerospace industry has had anything to cheer about.
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BUSINESS
June 27, 1995 | JAMES F. PELTZ and RALPH VARTABEDIAN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Lockheed Martin Corp. will close 12 plants and slash 12,000 jobs worldwide under a massive streamlining plan announced Monday, but the aerospace giant's 600-acre missile and space factory in Sunnyvale, Calif., will be spared. The company's overall presence in the state, in fact, will remain mostly intact--one of the few times in the post-Cold War era that California's battered aerospace industry has had anything to cheer about.
NEWS
February 1, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
A new law passed unanimously by the Sunnyvale City Council establishes strict regulations for users of toxic gases. Supporters called it a model ordinance for communities where semiconductor chips are manufactured. The law--designed to avoid a major release of toxic gases during an earthquake, fire or accident--requires firms to have 24-hour monitoring, seismic shut-off valves and storage facilities, and piping to control gases in the event of a leak.
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