Mary Lanier
Mary Lanier
Mary Lanier was an American film actress.
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Historic Downtown Murrieta Plan on Horizon - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
They will just have to wait a little longer, according to Mary Lanier, community development director for the City of Murrieta. Its funding mechanism is on hold right now, Lanier told the Historic Preservation Advisory Commission Tuesday night
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Homeowners staying put, remodeling like crazy - Press-Enterprise
Google News - over 5 years
... Williams & Sorenson; Mary Lanier, community development director of the city of Murrieta; Randall Lewis of Lewis Operating Companies; Darryl Stephenson of The Rancon Group; and Judi Staats, economic development manager for the city of Corona
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Business, In Brief, Aug. 17 - Redlands Daily Facts
Google News - over 5 years
... Williams & Sorenson; Mary Lanier, City of Murrieta; Randall Lewis, Lewis Operating Companies; Judi Staats, City of Corona; and Darryl Stephenson, The Rancon Group. Urban Land Institute is an international research organization for developers
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White Cloud Press Adds Collaborative Imprint - Publishers Weekly
Google News - over 5 years
... shipped all 3000 copies with a second printing in the works. The two other titles are Winning at Aging: Your Game Plan for Healthy Living by Dr. John Kalb; Earth is Your Sweet Spot: Living Beautifully, A Woman's Guide by Ellae Elinwood and Mary Lanier
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Murrieta: City Council envisions two decades of growth - Press-Enterprise
Google News - over 5 years
None of the ideas set forth in the document will be implemented immediately, but they will come before the City Council one by one over the next few years, Murrieta Community Development Director Mary Lanier said. "It can change over time," Lanier said
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MURRIETA: U-Haul to open in Murrieta - North County Times
Google News - over 5 years
Referring to a truck rental company that was believed to be operating illegally out of the Kia dealership, Dugger told Community Development Director Mary Lanier that on occasion, customers of that truck company would get confused and leave the rental
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REGION: Local officials criticize redevelopment plan - Press-Enterprise
Google News - over 5 years
Murrieta plans to pay the $2.5 million it will take to keep its redevelopment agency going, Community Development Director Mary Lanier said. It's worth the expense, since Murrieta's agency is relatively new and just starting to see revenue,
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Pechanga Tribe Protests Plan for Murrieta's Future - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
"The General Plan is a living document, it can change over time...as long as we maintain the flexibility of how to get there," said Mary Lanier, community development director for the City of Murrieta. Now that the plan was approved by the Planning
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MURRIETA: Speakers urge slower review of general plan - North County Times
Google News - over 5 years
To those concerned about the Los Alamos Hills specific plan, Community Development Director Mary Lanier said provisions have been written into the general plan so that the specific plan can be included when it is complete. To those concerned about the
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Plan to Concentrate Housing Units Near Downtown Murrieta Approved - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
"It is a very separate process from the General Plan, (yet) some of the changes we have made are a result of the process we have been going through with the General Plan," said Mary Lanier, community development director. Sites previously slated for
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Media Bombards Children
NYTimes - about 17 years
To the Editor: People who are confounded by the bizarre patterns of early sexual maturation and related behaviors (''Yesterday's Precocious Puberty Is Norm Today,'' Nov. 30) might want to look at the mind-body connection between hormonal stimulation and the onslaught of sexual imagery in the media aimed at everyone, including children. Kiddy
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Faith and Medicine
NYTimes - almost 18 years
To the Editor: Melvin Konner's commentary on ''Afterwards, You're a Genius'' (April 11), Chip Brown's book about faith, medicine and the metaphysics of healing, represents a classic establishment perspective toward healing modalities that have served millions for eons. Like Konner, most of us, including, I would guess, Chip Brown, will turn to a
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Paid Notice: Deaths GRAY, MARY LANIER
NYTimes - about 18 years
GRAY-Mary Lanier. Died January 18; born 1902 in Baltimore, Maryland, daughter of Berwick Bruce Lanier and Emily Parker; wife of the late Dr. Lloyd P. Gray; mother of the late L. Lanier Gray and Mary Emily Gavahan. Survived by her daughter, Elizabeth L. Henson of South Orleans, MA, nine grandchildren, fifteen great grandchildren and her twin,
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Stay Tuned for a Cultural Nightmare, TV Babies; Making Addiction Easy
NYTimes - about 27 years
LEAD: To the Editor: To the Editor: Our kids are addicted to manipulative imagery even before they can speak, and addiction itself is thus no stranger to their bodies and souls when drugs enter the picture. Does Robert W. Pittman (Op-Ed, Jan. 24) realize that his profits and those of his colleagues in the biz come at the expense of our children and
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WHAT BIG BUSINESS SEES IN FINE ART
NYTimes - over 31 years
The spreading conviction that art is good for big business -and vice versa - has been locally reinforced by two recent developments. Uptown, the Equitable Life Assurance Society has unveiled plans for what it touts as ''the largest corporate art complex ever developed.'' To adorn its $200 million headquarters building now rising on Seventh Avenue,
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LEGAL SERVICES UNIT APPROVES CHIEF'S CONTRACT OVER PROTEST
NYTimes - about 34 years
A contract that includes paid membership in a private club for the head of the government's Legal Services Corporation was ratified today. The $57,000-a-year contract between the board of directors of the agency, which provides free legal services to the poor, and Donald P. Bogard, its head, also provides a year's severance pay if he is dismissed.
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LAWYER IS OFFERED TOP LEGAL AID POST
NYTimes - over 34 years
The board of the Legal Services Corporation offered the position of president today to a lawyer for a food processing company, passing over candidates who had drawn wide criticism from supporters of legal aid organizations and civil rights groups. But legal aid lawyers and others among the more than 150 people at the meeting of the board were quick
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BOOM IN NEW YORK ART SALES APPARENTLY OVER
NYTimes - over 34 years
The 20-year boom of the New York art world, when there seemed to be a buyer for the work of every artist and when dealers and auction houses broke their sales records virtually every month, is apparently over. Art galleries report seeing fewer customers, showing fewer artists and selling less work. Because business has slowed down and purchasers
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    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2002
    Age 89
    Lanier died on May 23, 2002, in Ojai, California, her cause of death is unknown, but some sources say natural causes.
    More Details Hide Details She was 89 years old at the time of her death in Ojai, Ca., she was buried in a cemetery in Los Angeles, California.
  • 1991
    Age 78
    She had only appeared in two films including Ladies on Sweet Street in 1991 and Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me in 1993.
    More Details Hide Details Lanier was married 2 times; her first husband was Preston Paul Lanier, together they had one child Rose Diane Lanier (a.k.a.
  • 1981
    Age 68
    Diane Ladd), a successful actress; and then in 1981 she married her second husband Daniel Garey, they had no children; they were married until Mary's death.
    More Details Hide Details She is also the cousin by marriage of playwright Tennessee Williams; and grandmother of actress Laura Dern, and ex-mother-in-law of Bruce Dern. She was also known as Bernadette Anderson.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1912
    Born
    Born in 1912.
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