Title

October 1989

Volume

1

Issue

5

Document Type

News Article

Publication Date

10-1989

Abstract

IDM to Develop Riverside Community College Site Riverside Community College District's Development Corporation has signed an agreement with the IDM Corporation of Long Beach, leasing the La Sierra property for development................................1

Ontario International Airport Ontario Mayor Howard J. Snider follows up on his April 1989 article as the Steering Committee of the Part 150 Study completes its three year study................................1

Temecula Winery to Export Champagne to Japan John Culbertson's champagne has graced the tables of White House state dinners. Soon his winery will be the first American company to export champagne to Japan. The Japanese, who have tried it, already love it................................1

Negotiations Expert Dawson Speaks October 2nd Roger Dawson will speak on "The Secrets of Professional Negotiating at the Ontario Red Lion Inn............................3

Pacific Rim or Atlantic Community Pacific Rim investment is not as large as many think. European countries still are our chief trading partners, and they own much more of our property than Japan and other Pacific Rim nations. This is sometimes easy to forget in California...............................4

Rancon Financial's President/CEO Tells of Company's Success Ron Douglas, President and Chief Executive Officer of Rancon Financial, describes the beginning of the company, its philosophy, its future plans, and its "friendly rivalry" with Bedford Properties in the Temecula-Rancho California area............................5

Rancho California's Time has Come by Jack Gilmore, Director of Commercial/Industrial Development, Rincon Financial Corporation....................................8

Gus Coachis Tells of J.C. Resorts' Plans................................9

Barry Katz Appointed to Mira Loma Office of Mechanics National Bank................................9

Ontario S&L to be acquired by Union Fed................................9

Ratios, Ratios, Ratios! Manage Better with Ratios Rick Lamprecht discusses the use of ratios in business planning................................10

Aging Japanese Firms May Finance U.S. High Tech Japanese firms are searching for investments over the next several years. American businessmen could profit greatly by attracting Japanese "rust belt" capital, if they can learn how to negotiate with the Japanese firms................................11

The Temecula Creek Inn: A Casual Country Golf Resort in the Heart of Southern California's Wine Country...............................12

Restaurant Row William reviews Chef David Armour's work at the Temecula Creek Inn, Cafe Champagne at the John Culbertson Winery, Spiaggia Seafood Ristarante, Gerard's French Restaurant (chef/owner Albert Kramer) ...............................13

Editorials on Health Care ...............................14

Danger of Uneducated Work Force Looms In the Near Future Fred E. Jandt, Ph.D., Professor of Communications at CSUSB, warns that in the very near future, employers will have to do much more training of uneducated and undereducated immigrants to Southern California........................................14

CLOSE-UP Glen Ivy's Founder, Chairman, President and CEO, Ralph Mann, discusses how he established the company and why he sold it to General Development Corporation earlier this year.......................................15

Section 89: Marching Backwards in Health Care Availability by Congressman George E. Brown.......................................15

Employee Assistance Programs Bobbi Lambert, Ph.D. describes EAPs......................................16

Merchants and Manufacturers Association to Hold Annual Conference (the 47th) at Marriott's Rancho Las Palmas Resort in Rancho Mirage......................................16

New Cal Poly, Pomona Training Center for Hospitality Management Cal Poly, Pamona, long known for its excellent four-year degree hotel and restaurant management course, opens The James A. Collins Center for Hospitality Management................................17

T&S Continues Canyon Springs Mega-Project Richard Lemire writes about the Canyon Springs Project which is expected to make Riverside the urban center of the Inland Empire.............................18

Bedford and Cal Trans Team Up to Improve Traffic William L. Bopf writes of the project to improve the Rancho California Road from the freeway to Margarita Road........................19

NEW CITY TO BE FORMED: Temecula-Rancho California expected to Incorporate in November Jimmy Moore, owner of Topmast, Inc. and President of the City Committee and Perry Peters, General Manager of the Temecula-Rancho California Chamber of Commerce and Vice-President of the City Committee spoke about the difficulties of incorporation. Now that they have completed the process outlined by the Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO) including the feasibility study, signatures, and the Metes and Bounds Map they should be able to get the incorporation proposal on the ballot The odds are overwhelmingly in favor of voter approval...........................19

IRS Cracking Down on Misclassifying Independent Contractors by Barbara Lee Crouch..............20

Stouffer Esmeralda Resort Opens.......................24

Jim Morrissey joined the Keith Companies-Inland Empire (TKC) as a Senior Planner .....................24

The upper level of the California Museum of Photography at the University of California, Riverside will be named in honor of Won Sang, president of Rampac Engineering Corporation in Temecula, and for his wife, Insook Yoo in honor of their $150,000 contribution to the museum.

Rohr Industries, Inc. Income Falls for the Second Straight Quarter Rohr employs about 3,200 workers at plants in Riverside and Moreno Valley.........................26

THE LISTS

The 25 Largest Hospitals in the Inland Empire (Ranked by number of licensed beds)............................... 7

Health of Inland Empire Financial Institutions.........................17

The Largest Meeting Facilities in the Inland Empire (Ranked by number of meeting rooms).........................23

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