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December 8, 1998
Valley Crest Tree Co., a subsidiary of Environmental Industries, headquartered in Calabasas, has promoted Tadd Russikoff to vice president. Russikoff joined the company in 1987, working on large tree excavation projects. He will continue to serve as branch manager, a position he has held since 1995. Valley Crest Tree Co. provides products and services to landscape architects, contractors and commercial real estate companies.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 8, 1998
Valley Crest Tree Co., a subsidiary of Environmental Industries, headquartered in Calabasas, has promoted Tadd Russikoff to vice president. Russikoff joined the company in 1987, working on large tree excavation projects. He will continue to serve as branch manager, a position he has held since 1995. Valley Crest Tree Co. provides products and services to landscape architects, contractors and commercial real estate companies.
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REAL ESTATE
February 16, 1986
David Junod of Sheridan Landscaping Inc., Sun Valley, was installed as the 1986 president of the San Fernando chapter of the California Landscape Contractors' Assn. at a ceremony held in Granada Hills. He succeeds Klaus Kumme of Kumme Landscaping, Chatsworth. On the new roster are Ken Brager, Brager Landscape, Agoura, vice president; Robert Thomson, Thomson Landscaping, Chatsworth, vice president; Paul Diehl, Western Garden Landscape, Canoga Park, secretary; Jim Tatum, Glendale Landscape Inc.
REAL ESTATE
July 26, 1987
California Landscape Inc., Canoga Park, received the Sweepstakes Award from the San Fernando Valley chapter of the California Landscape Contractors Assn. for the best entry in all categories at the chapter's 28th annual beautification awards ceremony. The winning job was for the Filmland Corp. building, Culver City, and the award, presented at the Odyssey Restaurant in Granada Hills, was sponsored by Valley Crest Tree Co. The F. H.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 24, 2001 | ERIKA HAYASAKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Sylmar man who was mauled by two pit bull terriers last year sued the city of Los Angeles on Friday for releasing the dogs after earlier attacks on neighborhood animals. Attorney Jeff Zinder said the city knew the dogs were dangerous before they attacked his client, Acension Cervantes, 41, in February 2000. "They were returned to their owners despite the fact that the dogs had exhibited vicious and dangerous propensities," Zinder said.
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March 22, 1992 | Mark Ehrman
You know times are hard when ordinary, stable folk start talking about pulling up roots--from their gardens. A recent Palm Latitudes item that mentioned brokers who buy and sell palm trees prompted an avalanche of letters and phone calls from people with payments on their houses and palms in their gardens. They wanted names and numbers. Well, we aim to please so . . . in L.A. County, there's Valley Crest Tree Co.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 2, 2000 | NANCY FORREST-YOSNOW
The first of more than 1,000 trees will be planted today as members of Ventura County's nursery industry help to create an arboretum at the planned Cal State Channel Islands campus. "These trees are an investment in clean air for future generations of students," said George Dutra, associate vice president for facilities and operations for the university. "And the whole community will appreciate the beauty they will add to our campus." Nursery owners John Boething of Boething Treeland Nursery Co.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 20, 2000 | SUE FOX, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Animal control officers have located the owners of two pit bull terriers that badly mauled a Sylmar man Wednesday, tearing off an ear and part of his scalp. Officer Troy Boswell of the Los Angeles Department of Animal Services identified one owner as Pamela Joyce Curry of Sylmar. He declined to name the other owner, who shares a residence with Curry, saying authorities were still investigating whether that person had given the dogs away before the attack.
REAL ESTATE
August 4, 1985
For the second consecutive year, Cacho Nursery & Landscape Co. of Sylmar has won the sweepstakes award of the San Fernando Valley chapter of the California Landscape Contractors Assn. The association's highest honor was given for work on the American Beauty Classics Homes and was sponsored by Valley Crest Tree Co. California Landscape Inc. won both the F. H.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 18, 2000
A Sylmar man who was attacked by two stray pit bull terriers remained in serious condition Thursday after four hours of surgery to repair his injuries, including the loss of an ear and part of his scalp, animal services officials said. Asencion Cervantez, 40, was attacked by the dogs, a male and female, about 5:30 a.m. Wednesday shortly after he reported to work at Valley Crest Tree Co. in Sylmar. "This is one of the most vicious, severe cases I've ever seen," said Capt.
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