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  • But they found a new development in a suburb called Rancho Cordova organized around a main street, with stores and restaurants.

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  • MARK HEDLUND, KXTV REPORTER: Yes, Rancho Cordova, which is a suburb of the city of Sacramento, California.

    CNN Transcript Aug 20, 2001

  • We will tour the three biotech buildings in La Jolla, California leased to the Scripps Research Institute for the next 11 years, an Alzheimer's facility in Encinitas that we acquired on March 31 and leased to Five Star, and a large rental CCRC we own in Rancho Cordova, which is also leased to Five Star.

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  • We will tour the three biotech buildings in La Jolla, California leased to the Scripps Research Institute for the next 11 years, an Alzheimer's facility in Encinitas that we acquired on March 31 and leased to Five Star, and a large rental CCRC we own in Rancho Cordova, which is also leased to Five Star.

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  • We will tour the three biotech buildings in La Jolla, California leased to the Scripps Research Institute for the next 11 years, an Alzheimer's facility in Encinitas that we acquired on March 31 and leased to Five Star, and a large rental CCRC we own in Rancho Cordova, which is also leased to Five Star.

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  • Other cities in the county have similar laws such as Rancho Cordova and Sacramento.

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  • The Sacramento Bee/Associated Press A home leveled by a gas explosion in Rancho Cordova, Calif., in 2008.

    California Utility Fined $38 Million in Fatal Blast

  • California investigators found the Rancho Cordova explosion, which also injured five people, was caused by faulty repairs done by PG&E that allowed gas to leak.

    California Utility Fined $38 Million in Fatal Blast

  • California utility regulators on Thursday levied their largest-ever safety fine, $38 million, against PG&E Corp. for a 2008 pipeline explosion that killed a man in Rancho Cordova, Calif.

    California Utility Fined $38 Million in Fatal Blast

  • The agency found that the company missed several opportunities to improve the safety of its gas pipelines, including the aftermath of a fatal 2008 pipeline explosion in Rancho Cordova, Calif.

    NTSB Faults PG&E for Pipeline Explosion

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