state in the Western United States, approximately the shape of a sock. Another possibility for the center of the sneaker universe, along with Massachusetts and Oregon. Many skate shoe companies have their headquarters in California. LA Gear derived their name from the California city of Los Angeles. Either Chucks or VANS are probably the true " LA Gear" given the incredible popularity of both of them in California. Hard core runners will take solace that the headquarters of ASICS is in California. The California zip code most frequently seen on television is 90210. A model name used by Puma for one of their retro sneakers (see Puma California).
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Los Angeles 900$154$215$18$15$2,445 San Diego 921$168$220$20$18$2,349 San Francisco 941$229$330$21$20$3,700
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Office of Child Support Department of Social Services P. O. Box 419064 Rancho Cordova, CA 95741 (866) 249 0773 (toll-free) FAX: (916) 657-3791 LA County - 1-800-615-8858
SMUD is leading a nine-utility project to install PV systems at more than 200 residential, commercial, and industrial sites. Other California utilities in the project are Southern California Edison, the Northern California Power Agency, and the City of Anaheim. The second California project is a 5-megawatt central-station PV power plant in Imperial County. The total cost of the proposed Amoco/ENRON Solar Power Development joint venture is less than $2 per watt installed. The power will be sold to San Diego Gas & Electric.
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Kenneth Norris Jr. Comprehensive Cancer Center 1441 Eastlake Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90089 323-865-3000 Dilip Parekh, M.D. Chief Division of Tumor & Endocrine Surgery Chao Family Comprehensive Cancer Center University of California at Irvine 101 City Drive Orange, CA 92668 714-456-6310 Ken Chang, M.D. Director, Gastrointestinal Oncology Randy Holcombe, M.D. Chief, Medical Oncology UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center Box 951781, 8 684 Factor Los Angeles, CA 90095 800-825-2631 / 310-825-6215 Physician Referral Department 310-794-8773 City of Hope National Medical Center & Beckman Research Institute 1500 East Duarte Road Duarte, CA 91010 626-359-8111 University of California, San Francisco Cancer Center Box 0128, UCSF 2340 Sutter Street San Francisco, CA 94143-0128 800-888-8664 Cancer Referral Line
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Commission on Teaching Credentialing 1812 9th Street PO Box 944270 Sacramento, CA 95814-7000 916-445-0184 www.ctc.ca.gov/ credentialinfo/credinfo
AB 1890 was enacted in September 1996 allowing retail electric competition to begin in March 1998. Following the transition period, utilities can purchase electricity from any independent party or exchange. Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E), Southern California Edison (SoCal Edison), and San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) can now procure power from any qualified power exchange during the electric restructuring transition period. SDG&E is required to refund rate reduction bond proceeds to residential and small commercial customers. On February 1, 2001, Governor Davis signed AB1X, which authorizes the California Department of Water Resources to enter into contracts through January 1, 2003 to purchase electric power and to resell the power to public utilities at no more than its acquisition cost. The bill created the DWR Electric Power Fund in the State Treasury and transfers $500 million from the state's General Fund to the DWR-EPF to finance its activities.
February 5, San Juan Capistrano CARE Car Show benefiting Capistrano Animal Rescue Effort Information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 949/240-1735 February 25 - 27, San Diego 39th Annual BIG 3 Auto Parts Exchange and Car Corral Information: www.big3partsexchange.com or 619/276-7135
The Honorable A. G. Kawamura Secretary Califorinia Department of Food & Agriculture 1220 N Street Suite 400 Sacramento, CA 95814 Phone: 916-654-0433 Fax: 916-654-0403 http://www.cdfa.ca.gov
Smilodon fatalis Saber Tooth Cat; Pleistocene. Remains found in Rancho LaBrea Tarpits, Los Angeles.
After a decade-long fight to protect the 310 area code in Beverly Hills and W. Los Angeles, the PUC finally recognized the reality of number exhaustion by ordering California's first ever all-service overlay (with 11-digit local dialing), to go into effect next year. The Commission says that number demand simply made it impossible to spare the area code from the overlay. Also in California, the PUC said that it will continue to allow SureWest Communications to receive an annual $11.5 million subsidy from the state's high-cost fund. The Commission did insist, however, that SureWest (formerly Roseville Telephone) to complete a cost study for setting a permanent draw by Aug. 2006 (the current subsidy has been provided on an interim basis to SureWest since 2001).
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California (pronounced ) is the most populous state of the United States. Located on the Pacific coast of North America, it is bordered by Oregon, Nevada and Arizona in the United States, and Baja California in Mexico. The state's four largest cities are Los Angeles, San Diego, San Jose and San Francisco.