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Volume 4 Number 6 On the Cover REVAMP Commercial development could mean a turnaround for a seamy section of Ventura Boulevard in Studio City. SECESSION Separating the Valley and its 1.6 million inhabitants from L.A. County promises to be a costly, ugly battle. NO GROWTH The growth control movement is poised to make its move into L.A. County as Agoura Hills grapples with the issue. Up Front TURF WAR Burbank is looking to lure away Glendale’s lucrative auto dealers as a way of boosting sales taxes. 5 TRANSPORTATION Smart Shuttle, the West San Fernando Valley’s privately run mass-transit system, is seeing mixed results. 6 BILLS Labor leaders and trial lawyers are backing a host of bills in the state Legislature. 6 MAYOR Who will lead L.A. in two years? A look at the leading contenders and how they’re jockeying for support. 7 DEVELOPMENT Plans to bring entertainment companies to Cal State Northridge have fizzled, causing the university to reevaluate plans for its North Campus property. 8 ANIMATION Phil Roman, one of TV’s most successful animators, charts a new course after leaving the company he founded. 9 SCHOOLS A motion before LAUSD to consider only union contractors for construction jobs leaves their non-union brethren up in arms. 10 Fast Track HOME CARE Despite pitfalls in the home health care business, Sherman Oaks-based Dynamic Health/Dynamic Nursing has managed to double revenues in the last few years. 18 Spotlight On LAKE VIEW TERRACE A community once notorious for drugs and crime is now on the mend. 19 People MICHAEL L. KLAUSMAN The president of CBS Studio Center looks ahead as he prepares to take over as president of the Studio City chamber. 20 Columns & features Newsmakers 21 STRATEGIES Columns & features Enterprise 22, Personal Finance 23, Econowatch 23 REAL ESTATE Columns & features Real Estate 24

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