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March 13, 2011 | By Susan Carpenter, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
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November 14, 1999
Re "Quiet Waters," Nov. 6. Surprise! Surprise! It's November and no one is using the Hansen Dam so-called "swimming lake," which for the most part is only a huge wading pool. Yes, as could easily have been predicted, it will sit idle for eight months of the year. As to the tiny "boating lake," saying it is a replacement for the old lake is a monumental farce. This project is one of the most flagrant wastes of our tax money we have ever seen. It should be dubbed "Berman's Folly." HOWARD LOCKWOOD Lake View Terrace As a resident of the overlooking community of Kagel Canyon, I have been a frequent visitor at the [Hansen Dam Recreation Area]
February 23, 1995 | MAKI BECKER
A family of tigers rescued from starvation and abuse at an Irish farm in December were released Wednesday to their new home--a 10,000-square-foot secured area, complete with a wading pool, within the confines of the Wildlife Waystation. "Today, they left the quarantine area looking fat and sassy and beautiful and healthy, and moved into a wonderful, naturalistic enclosure," said Martine Colette, the facility's founder.
May 2, 1998 | ERIC RIMBERT
The sweetest principal of the day is Ron Jones. At least that was his description after being decorated like a sundae Friday by 141 Mountain View Elementary School students. The event was the students' reward for abstaining from watching TV for an entire week. The idea to turn Jones into a human sundae was suggested by first-grade teacher Teresa de Croupet. "I saw the idea on an Internet Web site," De Croupet said, "and I thought the children might need a special motivator."
June 10, 1994 | JON NALICK
Wearing red bandannas and cowboy boots, more than 400 schoolchildren on Thursday celebrated the good, the bad and the ugly aspects of life in the Old West. Designed to excite children about history by providing interesting educational activities, Fay Fryberger Elementary School's fourth annual Western Day offered a bonanza of events such as horseback rides and panning for bits of gold-colored rock.
"Maisy" fans, take note: The sweet little mouse in the red T-shirt now has her own TV show. Nickelodeon's new Nick Jr. preschooler series, "Maisy," is a delightfully rendered animated version of the pop-up, flap and tab-pull books so dear to the hearts of countless pint-size fans and their parents.
October 13, 1994 | JON GARCIA
Planning Commissioner Edie Warwick has been removed from her position by the City Council for overstepping her authority as a city official and because charges have been filed against her in the case of a missing dog. Before the unanimous vote Monday, Councilwoman Virginia Rhodes said complaints from other city officials and a captain in the Lennox sheriff's station about Warwick's behavior prompted her to call for Warwick's removal.
June 23, 1988 | TRACY DODDS, Times Staff Writer
There will be a ground-breaking ceremony in the Arroyo Seco this afternoon for a swimming facility that will do some ground breaking of its own. The very name of the facility--the Rosebowl Aquatics Center--begins the breakdown of images. For decades, Rose Bowl has meant football, not swimming. And the plan for the Rosebowl Aquatics Center shows side-by-side Olympic-sized pools, designed for international competition in both swimming and diving. There will also be a warm wading pool.
September 15, 1998 | DEBRA CANO
Owners of pot-bellied pigs will be able to keep their pet porkers at home legally if the City Council today decides to adopt new regulations for the animals. The issue moved to the council after code-enforcement officers in June responded to a complaint about the odor of a pig owned by Cher Houston. Officers ordered Houston to remove her pet pig, Mu Shu, from her single-family home, citing a city code that prohibits pigs and other farm animals on properties smaller than an acre.
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