Title

April 1989

Volume

1

Issue

1

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

4-1989

Abstract

Commuter Rail to O.C. Proposed The Orange County Transportation Commission is developing a plan for a commuter line between Orange County and Riverside (eventually to extend to San Bernardino) ................................ 1

Private Toll-Road Surprises Corona Mayor Corona Mayor Dick Deininger and Corona City Councilman Al Lopez express surprise at a plan, three years in development, that was just revealed. It came out as proposed legislation for a "Road to the Coast" private toll road (I-15) planned to cut through Camp Pendleton and the Cleveland National Forest. John Meyer, Executive Director of the Transportation Corridor Agencies in Orange County, answers a few questions.............................. 1

Economic Indicators Point to Recession Within Year Harvey A. Goldstein offers strategy to business owners preparing for recession................................ 3

Norton Air Force Base budget including impact of payroll losses on the East Valley is discussed ................................ 1 (beginning of article cut out from paper)

Good Morning, Moreno Valley the Second Moreno Valley Economic Development Conference at March Air Force Base................................ 5

San Bernardino Retail Space Continues Record Gains................................ 7

G.E. Goodrich Opens Co. and expands in the Inland Empire................................ 7

Pricor Signs Memorandum of Understanding to Build Riverside Youth Center................................ 7

Commentary: After 21 Years of Marriage, Ontario to File for Divorce from L.A. Department of Airports Howard J. Snider, Major of the City of Ontario in 1967 (when the City Council entered into the Joint Powers Agreement) provides the historical context for the agreement and states that it now needs to be terminated................................13

Partial Settlement Reached in Kaiser Lawsuits Against Former Owners Kaiser Resources, Inc. the reorganizaed successor to Kaiser Steel Corp. has reached a partial settlement in response to a lawsuit based on Kaiser Steel's bankruptcy filings................................14

U.S. Waste Group Subsidiary Completes Trial Burn Testing in Temecula with a Mobile Thermal Processor that cleans petroleum contaminated soil on-site.

Bank of Redlands Merges into Community Bank.

The Lists:

Largest Residential Real Estate Builders in the Inland Empire (ranked by 1988 sales)................................10

Largest HMOs & PPOs in the Inland Empire ................................19

Comments

Article was clipped from second page (which also damaged page one) and from page 21 (which also damaged page 22), but this is the most complete copy of this issue that was available for digitization. It looks as if the article clipped from page 21 was the beginning of a restaurant review article entitled Restaurant Row. The final paragraph of that article, on page 24 covers Marchi in Manhattan.

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