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The City of Industry is a city in the San Gabriel Valley, in eastern Los Angeles County, California, United States.As suggested by its name, the city is almost entirely industrial—while it contains over 3,000 businesses employing 67,000 people, the 2010 census recorded its resident population at 219, making it the second smallest city in California by population.
Southwestern Law School is a private law school in Mid-Wilshire, Los Angeles.It is accredited by the American Bar Association and enrolls about 870 students. [needs update] Its campus includes the Bullocks Wilshire building, an art deco National Register of Historic Places landmark built in 1929.
North County is a region in the northern area of San Diego County, California.It is the second-most populous region in the county (after San Diego), with an estimated population of 869,322.
The current enrollment is approximately 32,000 students. The district operates 23 elementary schools (K-6), four junior high schools (7–8), seven comprehensive high schools (9–12), and an alternative education program that includes an opportunity and continuation school, independent study and adult evening high school. The seventh ...
Pomona: 151,713 Los Angeles County: Pomona is located between the Inland Empire and the San Gabriel Valley. The city is home of the Fairplex, which hosts the Los Angeles County Fair, the largest county fair in the United States. It is home to the second-largest polytechnic university in the United States, California State Polytechnic University ...
City Terrace is an unincorporated community in Los Angeles County, California, northeast of Downtown Los Angeles.It contains City Terrace Elementary School, Robert F. Kennedy Elementary School, Esteban Torres High School, Harrison Elementary School, William R. Anton Elementary School, Hammel Street Elementary School, Anthony Quinn Library, City Terrace Library, and City Terrace Park.
Cudahy is a part of the Los Angeles Unified School District. Cudahy is served by several schools, including Teresa Hughes Elementary School, Park Avenue Elementary School, Elizabeth Learning Center (a neighborhood school for grades K-8 and a high school for grades 9 through 12), Ochoa Learning Center (K-8), and Bell High School in Bell.
Chino Valley Unified School District: 3,350 2 Costco: 340 3 Lowe's: 265 4 Boys Republic: 264 5 City of Chino Hills 229 6 Albertsons: 226 7 Kaiser Permanente Laboratory 220 8 Chino Valley Fire District 140 9 99 Ranch Market: 124 10 Harkins Theaters 123