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National City,

city (1990 pop. 54,249), San Diego co., S Calif., on San Diego Bay; inc. 1887. Structural metal is fabricated, and there is shipbuilding and the manufacture of recycling machinery, plastics, transportation equipment, electrical and electronic products, signs, furniture, and clothing. The city saw a steady growth in population in the late 20th cent. It serves as the headquarters of the Pacific Reserve Fleet.
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California-based Neighborhood National Bank has announced it has established a relationship with National City, California to promote economic development with small businesses located in the city located in South San Diego County, the company said.
Grace Parker, a renowned surgeon in National City who has had quite a career in healing the sick and injured.
Mission Fed's 30th local branch is at 1302 East Plaza Blvd., National City, CA 91950 at the corner of East Plaza Blvd.
Reynoso now heads the National City Chamber of Commerce.
Then, in 1930, the First National City Bank (of New York) moved in and occupied it until the 1940's.
"With an estimated 50,000 fans set to throng the Royal National City Park on Friday, which is a national holiday, it will be a great opportunity for the fans to watch the Purebred Arabian horses as well as the lady jockeys in action," she added.
To meet accelerated deadlines for supply and painting, PPG manufactured Amercoat 240 epoxy and four colors of PSX 700SG coating in record time and shipped them from PPG's Little Rock, Arkansas, facility to YYK's loading dock in National City within 72 hours.
The new two-coat system by PPG was chosen by Lockheed Martin, builder of the ship: naval contractor YYK Enterprises, Inc., National City, CA: and the U.S.
It was organised by members of Huddersfield Town of Sanctuary support group, which is part of the national City of Sanctuary movement.
IN 2005 National City, California, threatened to use its power of eminent domain against the Community Youth Athletic Center, a local outfit that takes at-risk youths off the streets and away from the lure of gangs through organized boxing leagues and other activities.
The industrious Kimball brothers wasted no time in developing their newly purchased land, naming and then surveying the town-site of National City. Frank and Warren built a wharf, constructed roads, and planted orchards--all to entice more settlers and, more importantly, the railroad to the region.
Wright's company also lost foreclosure suits filed by National City Bank and JPMorgan Chase in November and December.

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