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March 17, 1989 | DAVID OLMOS, Times Staff Writer
McDonnell Douglas Information Systems Co., continuing to shed businesses as part of a financial restructuring, said Thursday that it has agreed to sell its hospital computer business to a North Carolina company owned by American Express Co. Financial terms were not disclosed. Information Systems, an Irvine-based unit of McDonnell Douglas Corp., is selling its Health Systems unit to Systems Associates Inc., a Charlotte, N.C.
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March 17, 1989 | DAVID OLMOS, Times Staff Writer
McDonnell Douglas Information Systems Co., continuing to shed businesses as part of a financial restructuring, said Thursday that it has agreed to sell its hospital computer business to a North Carolina company owned by American Express Co. Financial terms were not disclosed. Information Systems, an Irvine-based unit of McDonnell Douglas Corp., is selling its Health Systems unit to Systems Associates Inc., a Charlotte, N.C.
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REAL ESTATE
September 8, 1985
The city of Glendora has gotten the state's go-ahead to issue tax-exempt certifications of participation, commonly known as industrial development bonds, for construction of a nine-acre, 90,000-square-foot shopping center on the northwest corner of Grand Avenue and Gladstone Street in Glendora. Community Systems Associates Inc.
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October 20, 1992 | ROBERT BARKER
Huntington Beach City School District officials should look for ways to come up with about $25.5 million for new schools to meet a surge in enrollment expected to continue until the year 2002, according to a consultant's report. About 12,000 new homes in the district will add some 3,000 school-aged children over the next decade, according to the report by Community Systems Associates Inc. of Tustin.
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June 5, 1991 | JOHN PENNER and ROSE APODACA
The Huntington Beach Union High School District and three of its feeder elementary school districts are considering levying a fee on property owners to defray some maintenance and capital costs. The high school district and the Huntington Beach City, Ocean View and Westminster school districts have proposed a joint Maintenance Assessment District. All residential and commercial property owners in the maintenance district would pay an additional fee to the school districts.
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January 25, 1993 | ROBERT BARKER
Huntington Beach City School District officials expect to make major decisions soon to overhaul and expand facilities to make room for enrollment increases expected through the next decade. Some of the issues under consideration are possible construction of new schools and extensive boundary changes, along with an increase in developers' fees or a bond election to finance the work. Public meetings are scheduled for today and Thursday so that residents can participate in the coming decisions.
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July 2, 1991 | JOHN PENNER
Property owners in most of the Huntington Beach Union High School District would pay a $50 yearly fee to maintain recreational facilities on school sites under a proposal to be considered later this month, according to an engineering report. The proposed maintenance fee, similar to one approved last week by the Orange Unified School District, would be assessed on 67,800 properties in the Huntington Beach City, Ocean View and Westminster school districts.
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