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February 17, 2003 | Jerry Crowe, Times Staff Writer
Before Lubomir Visnovsky suffered a knee injury in the first period of a 2-1 loss to the Calgary Flames on Jan. 18, Coach Andy Murray said the compact Slovak was playing better than any of the Kings' other defensemen. But when Visnovsky was ready to return to the lineup Saturday, Murray said he couldn't find a place for him, the Kings having won five of six games. "I think you have to have a reason to replace a player," Murray said Sunday.
January 9, 2013
Re "Obama struggles to fill federal court vacancies," Jan. 6 The Times overstates President Obama's (and understates Republicans') responsibility for the persistent judicial vacancies. The federal bench now has more than 80 lower court vacancies. Over the last 31/2 years, the courts have had at least 70 openings, with more than 100 at one point. Last week, the Senate adjourned without considering the 11 highly qualified nominees on the floor. In contrast, on Thursday, Obama renominated all 33 nominees whom he had nominated earlier.
May 1, 1988
More leasing and more vacancies went together in the Orange County office market during the first three months of this year, according to a study by Grubb & Ellis Commercial Brokerage Services. New leases during the first quarter surpassed 1 million square feet, which could lead to a new annual record if the current pace continues. At the same time, the first-quarter vacancy rate jumped to 25%.
August 2, 1990
The Library Board of Trustees is seeking applicants for a vacancy created by the death of Bob Lucas, who was president. Residents interested in applying may submit a resume to the library at 600 E. Mariposa St. by 5 p.m. Aug. 17. Stephen Saunders, who was secretary, is the new president of the board. Howard Miller is the new secretary.
June 11, 1987
Manuel Roman, 66, has been named to the Norwalk Planning Commission, replacing Luigi Vernola, who was appointed to the City Council last month. Born and raised in Norwalk, Roman is retired after a long career in the construction industry. Roman was named to the commission by Councilman Marcial (Rod) Rodriguez. The vacancy was created when Vernola was appointed to replace Councilman Cecil N. Green, who won a special May 12 election in the 33rd State Senate District.
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