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A $270 million master plan adopted in 1988 by the city Board of Library Commissioners calls for building, renovating and expanding 21 libraries in the San Fernando Valley.
In this case, the taxpayer argued that expenses in promoting and expanding an existing business were deductible, citing both the legislative history accompanying Sec.
Last year, we focused on rapidly expanding our channel, bringing in 500 new global partners," said Chris Akerberg, Vizioncore's vice president of global sales.
By expanding the law to include non-carbonated beverage containers, which were virtually non-existent when many of these laws went into effect, Franklin says the recovery rate could increase between 12 percent to 25 percent, depending on the region of the country.
Los Angeles' elected Charter Reform Commission failed Saturday to muster enough votes to support a ballot measure expanding the City Council from 15 to 25 members, amid concern the increase would cost more and dilute minority representation on the council.