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Party List, ABAMIN) will give employees of day-care centers the same privileges and rights that local public health workers are entitled to.
based managing general agency that writes $40 million in coverage for day-care centers annually, sees property claims driving up loss ratios and premiums.
The 5,000-square-foot day-care center contains age-specific rooms for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and pre-kindergarten.
Shoji Takamizawa, one of the parents' lawyers, welcomed the settlement and said, ''I hope it will trigger improvements in the quality of unauthorized day-care centers in bad condition across the nation.
Media accounts of day-care centers tend to focus - misguidedly - on child abuse.
A second suspect was arrested in the pickup truck that deputies had followed as it pulled up in front of the day-care center on Rancho Vista Boulevard at 25th Street East, deputies said.
A new corridor was created from underused nursing home space on the first floor, helping to connect the nursing home and a new adult day-care center to the assisted living facility.
The government has decided in principle to provide 15,000 more after-school day-care centers for elementary school children nationwide by fiscal 2004, using vacant classrooms in schools, government officials said Monday.
He lauded the Punjab government on setting up state of the art day-care center in the campus.
Smoot has said she forgot to take the boys out of the vehicle when she arrived at the day-care center.
The Los Angeles Citywide Planning Commission voted unanimously to allow the Verdugo Hills Family YMCA to add six classrooms, expand its day-care center and add a 17,036-square-foot gymnasium to its facility on Foothill Boulevard near Haines Canyon Avenue.
The two women met Saturday in Lancaster and went to the day-care center owned by the boys' foster mother.