November 1, 1992 |
The owners of a 265-room hotel where city and county inspectors reportedly found cockroaches, broken toilets, chained-up fire escapes and backed-up sewage pleaded not guilty Thursday to a variety of code violation charges. Western Pacific International Inc. and executives Junn Hsiong Hsiao, 56, of Palos Verdes Estates and Song Lieng Lee, 44, of Hacienda Heights are charged with 30 misdemeanor counts of health, fire and building code violations at the Pacific Grand Hotel, 416 S. Spring St.
February 14, 1993 |
A Hollywood Hills man with a five-year history of slumlord convictions at three Downtown apartment buildings was sentenced to 45 days in jail last week after pleading no contest to the latest charges. And in another case, the owners of the Grand Pacific Hotel have been ordered to pay $15,049 in fines, costs and charitable contributions after pleading no contest to slumlord charges.