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September 11, 1989 | John O'Dell, Times staff writer
The county was a lot smaller and the troubles confronting the business community were a lot simpler when the Industrial League of Orange County was formed 19 years ago. Back then the league--which today counts more than 900 members who collectively employ more than 150,000 workers, or about 11% of the county's work force--dealt with such matters as establishing a priority for installing traffic signals in the Orange County Airport industrial complex.
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January 26, 1995 | GREG JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Orange County business leaders on Wednesday urged three water districts with $9.3 million tied up in the county's failed investment fund to drop a potentially divisive and expensive legal challenge and instead work toward a negotiated settlement with the county. "This (legal challenge) is not in the best interest of Orange County citizens," said Todd Nicholson, president of the Orange County Business Council. "Litigation is not the thing to do at this point. It's going to be enormously expensive to taxpayers."
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January 26, 1995 | GREG JOHNSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Orange County business leaders on Wednesday urged three water districts with $9.3 million tied up in the county's failed investment fund to drop a potentially divisive and expensive legal challenge and instead work toward a negotiated settlement with the county. "This (legal challenge) is not in the best interest of Orange County citizens," said Todd Nicholson, president of the Orange County Business Council. "Litigation is not the thing to do at this point. It's going to be enormously expensive to taxpayers."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 27, 1992
During 1992, many Orange County residents wrote about their thoughts and feelings in articles for Orange County opinion pages. As we look back on the year, some of those thoughts are recalled in these excerpts. Representatives from 28 states recently convened at the Anaheim Marriott hotel. . . . Their mission was to get Orange County companies--and the jobs they provide--to relocate. And these visitors to our community didn't arrive empty-handed.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 27, 1992
During 1992, many Orange County residents wrote about their thoughts and feelings in articles for Orange County opinion pages. As we look back on the year, some of those thoughts are recalled in these excerpts. Representatives from 28 states recently convened at the Anaheim Marriott hotel. . . . Their mission was to get Orange County companies--and the jobs they provide--to relocate. And these visitors to our community didn't arrive empty-handed.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 17, 1995 | SHELBY GRAD
Hoping to craft a compromise bankruptcy recovery plan before the state Legislature reconvenes next week, the Orange County Business Council is holding a series of meetings with representatives of the county, cities and special districts. Todd Nicholson, president of the business group, said negotiations have been "candid and forthright" but that no agreement has been reached. "It's too early for that, but I think we are making some headway," Nicholson said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 27, 1996 | SHELBY GRAD
The Orange County Business Council announced its support Monday for the proposed county charter, just days after the Orange County Republican Central Committee said it will oppose Measure T. The business council, which has long praised the charter plan, stated its position in newspaper advertisements published this week.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 14, 1995 | MIMI KO CRUZ
A police substation, entirely paid for by Target Stores to discourage theft, opens today in the parking lot of the La Habra store. The trailer, the La Habra Police Department sign, the electricity and telephones have been placed at the disposal of the Police Department, becoming the city's first police substation. Until recently, Target reported a theft every two days on average, police said. Just seeing the trailer on the property should dissuade thieves, Sgt. Perry Miller said.
BUSINESS
September 11, 1989 | John O'Dell, Times staff writer
The county was a lot smaller and the troubles confronting the business community were a lot simpler when the Industrial League of Orange County was formed 19 years ago. Back then the league--which today counts more than 900 members who collectively employ more than 150,000 workers, or about 11% of the county's work force--dealt with such matters as establishing a priority for installing traffic signals in the Orange County Airport industrial complex.
SPORTS
November 24, 1989 | From Associated Press
Fullback Rico Tyler scored the winning touchdown on a one-yard run in the third quarter as No. 17 West Virginia capitalized on a turnover and beat Syracuse 24-17 Thursday night at Syracuse, N.Y. Cornerback Preston Waters preserved the victory by intercepting a fourth-down desperation pass at the West Virginia three-yard line in the final minute. West Virginia junior quarterback Major Harris became the first player in college football history to pass for 5,000 yards and run for 2,000 in a career.
BUSINESS
January 16, 1998 | Patrice Apodaca, Patrice Apodaca covers economic issues for The Times. She can be reached at (714) 966-5979 and at patrice.apodaca@latimes.com
Publishers of two new publications for and about the Irvine Spectrum say their emergence signals the coming of age of Orange County's high-profile business center. The biweekly tabloid Irvine Spectrum News, a companion publication to the 27-year-old Irvine World News, published its first issue this month with a circulation of 15,000. It will cover business and technology news from the area's companies and UC Irvine, said publisher Brien Manning.
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