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February 28, 1991 | PENELOPE McMILLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After more than a year of pressure from homeowners at a city-subsidized condominium project for lower-income people, Los Angeles redevelopment officials said that they will take steps this week to weed out absentee landlords who may be profiting from their ownership of units. Foreclosure proceedings and lawsuits are planned against more than 20 owners at the 180-unit Vista Montoya complex, said John Maguire, Community Redevelopment Agency deputy administrator for housing services.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 28, 1991 | PENELOPE McMILLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
After more than a year of pressure from homeowners at a city-subsidized condominium project for lower-income people, Los Angeles redevelopment officials said that they will take steps this week to weed out absentee landlords who may be profiting from their ownership of units. Foreclosure proceedings and lawsuits are planned against more than 20 owners at the 180-unit Vista Montoya complex, said John Maguire, Community Redevelopment Agency deputy administrator for housing services.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 5, 1991
Community Redevelopment Agency officials received a tongue-lashing from City Councilwoman Gloria Molina on Monday over their "laxity" in enforcement of owner-residency requirements at the Vista Montoya condominium project south of the Los Angeles Convention Center. "This is my last meeting and you have provided no remedy in the last year and a half," Molina said to CRA housing officials John Maguire and John McCoy. Molina will soon begin her new duties as a county supervisor.
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September 10, 1986 | TERRY PRISTIN, Times Staff Writer
The son of the prime mover behind an organization that has channeled millions of dollars in public funds into a blighted neighborhood near downtown Los Angeles pleaded guilty Tuesday to embezzling $117,500 from that agency and a sister nonprofit corporation. The district attorney's office alleged that Daniel E. Montoya Jr.
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January 18, 1987 | JANET CLAYTON, Times Staff Writer
"A sort of Frankenstein creation--it was everybody's spare parts." That is the description of the newly created 1st Los Angeles City Council District by one City Hall aide who watched the council carve out the district last summer. The scorpion-shaped jurisdiction was born in response to a federal government lawsuit charging, in effect, that the council had gerrymandered the political boundaries of council districts in such a way as to dilute the voting power of Latinos.
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