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March 20, 1992 | BOB ELSTON
An electrical manufacturer formerly located in Santa Ana has agreed to pay the Orange County Sanitation District $142,000 in penalties for discharging toxic concentrations of copper into the sewer system in 1989, district officials said Thursday. Universal Circuits Inc., now headquartered near Milwaukee, Wis., reached the agreement with the sanitation district last month and has since left its facility at 1800 E. Newport Circle.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 20, 1992 | BOB ELSTON
An electrical manufacturer formerly located in Santa Ana has agreed to pay the Orange County Sanitation District $142,000 in penalties for discharging toxic concentrations of copper into the sewer system in 1989, district officials said Thursday. Universal Circuits Inc., now headquartered near Milwaukee, Wis., reached the agreement with the sanitation district last month and has since left its facility at 1800 E. Newport Circle.
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March 11, 1992 | MARLA CONE
A circuit-board manufacturer has agreed to pay a $5,000 fine and invest at least $75,000 in a water-conservation project for violating a federal law that requires companies to report their emissions of hazardous chemicals, officials announced Tuesday. Universal Circuits Inc., formerly on Newport Circle, was charged by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency with failing to file its annual inventory in 1987 under the nation's Community Right to Know law.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 11, 1992 | MARLA CONE
A circuit-board manufacturer has agreed to pay a $5,000 fine and invest at least $75,000 in a water-conservation project for violating a federal law that requires companies to report their emissions of hazardous chemicals, officials announced Tuesday. Universal Circuits Inc., formerly on Newport Circle, was charged by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency with failing to file its annual inventory in 1987 under the nation's Community Right to Know law.
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August 20, 2000 | LEE ROMNEY and STUART SILVERSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
At an intersection near downtown Compton that only three years ago was marked by vacant lots and prostitutes, the beginnings of a comeback have emerged. Today the corner of Wilmington Avenue and Compton Boulevard is home to a 37-unit condominium complex with a community center and playground. Twenty-eight single-family homes will soon rise from a litter-strewn parcel around the corner. An AutoZone store sprouted last summer.
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