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Reagan Library officials have not issued a public position on the proposal, but Millais said when his agency proposed extending Simi Valley's sphere of influence earlier this year, city officials and the library representatives supported the idea.
Entrenched teachers are valued leaders who also support educational reform, but they do not necessarily expand their sphere of influence.
SANTA CLARITA -- The city has been ordered to prepare a detailed environmental report before it tries to extend its sphere of influence southward to the Newhall Pass where a developer wants to build a controversial 5,800-home tract.
It can be anywhere within the NIMBY-ite's perceived sphere of influence or interest.
These data enable astronomers to establish the attractor's sphere of influence.
Brand Advocates are incredibly valuable to marketers because they are better connected consumers with a larger sphere of influence.
Several years ago, LAFCO denied city officials' attempt to add the mining area to Santa Clarita's sphere of influence as a probable forerunner to annexation.
The company has developed a record label program specifically designed to increase an artist's sphere of influence and public awareness.
Santa Clarita's sphere of influence would encompass 75 percent of the 555-acre project, making it difficult for Palmer to annex his project into Los Angeles for its plentiful water supply.
In his new role, we are delighted to expand Dean's sphere of influence to include Cobalt's two largest divisions.
SANTA CLARITA - The Santa Clarita City Council voted to extend its sphere of influence south into the Newhall Pass - fulfilling its pact with Los Angeles to halt the 5,800-home Las Lomas development proposed there.
Based on ten principles established by the UN Secretary General, this initiative invites the corporations to embrace, support and enact, within their sphere of influence, a set of core values in the areas of human rights, labor standards, the environment, and anti-corruption.