SHERMAN OAKS, Calif. -- Three months after the earthquake that measured 6.6 on the Richter scale shook Los Angeles, the Sunkist Growers cooperative based here, right near the epicenter, is still getting its headquarters back into shape. Although the offices, which sustained $4 million in damages, were operating within 16 hours of the 4 a.m. temblor, repairs to the three-story building are still under way, said Clare Peters, manager of public relations. "The building is structurally sound, ...
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