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March 7, 1996 | FRANK MANNING
Former Pierce College acting President Mary Lee has resigned as chairwoman of the Valley Industry & Commerce Assn., association officials said Wednesday. Lee, who had been elected chairwoman six months ago, stepped down Feb. 29 because she is no longer affiliated with Pierce College, said Marvin Selter, VICA vice chairman. An election will be held for a new chairman on Monday at a regularly scheduled meeting of the association's executive committee, Selter said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 7, 1996 | FRANK MANNING
Former Pierce College acting President Mary Lee has resigned as chairwoman of the Valley Industry & Commerce Assn., association officials said Wednesday. Lee, who had been elected chairwoman six months ago, stepped down Feb. 29 because she is no longer affiliated with Pierce College, said Marvin Selter, VICA vice chairman. An election will be held for a new chairman on Monday at a regularly scheduled meeting of the association's executive committee, Selter said.
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June 29, 2000 | ANNETTE KONDO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Los Angeles City Council committee on Wednesday put the brakes on an ambitious redevelopment project in the northeast San Fernando Valley, approving a motion to disband the elected group that oversaw the program. The committee's action puts an indefinite hold on a plan to establish a redevelopment area of 6,835 acres in which developers can buy and build on blighted properties. But it does not kill the proposal.
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February 7, 1999 | BONNY L. HERMAN, Bonny L. Herman has been president of the Valley Industry and Commerce Assn. since 1986. She is a Richard Riordan appointee to the Metropolitan Water District board of directors
The Valley Industry and Commerce Association (VICA) has been front and sometimes center in the charter reform process. Why? VICA has always sought better community representation, more accountability and flexibility and a more competitive-minded bureaucracy (an oxymoron, no doubt) to stem the tide of companies leaving the city.
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September 19, 2006
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