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DANIEL P. GARCIA OF WARNER BROS. RECEIVES DONALD G. HAGMAN MEMORIAL AWARD FROM SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSN. OF GOVERNMENTS

DANIEL P. GARCIA OF WARNER BROS. RECEIVES DONALD G. HAGMAN MEMORIAL
 AWARD FROM SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ASSN. OF GOVERNMENTS
 BURBANK, Calif., March 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Daniel P. Garcia, senior vice president of Warner Bros. Real Estate Planning and Public Affairs, has been honored by the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) with their 1991 Donald G. Hagman Memorial Award. The award is presented annually to a Southern California citizen who has achieved notable status in leadership on public policy issues.
 Garcia, who joined Warner Bros. in August 1991, was previously a partner at the Los Angeles-based law firm of Munger, Tolles & Olsen, where he represented a variety of real estate interests. Earlier in his career, Garcia's law practice included civil litigation work in many areas, including securities law, municipal law, contract law and federal and civil rights law.
 An active and prominent participant in civic and governmental affairs, Garcia has held several key appointments in Los Angeles, including Hearing Examiner for the Los Angeles City Police Commission from 1975-1976; member, then vice president and president of the City of Los Angeles Planning Commission between 1976-88; and member of the Los Angeles School Monitoring Committee. Most recently, Garcia was president of the Los Angeles Police Commission, resigning in May 1991.
 During Garcia's tenure on the Planning Commission, several landmark issues were decided, including controls on development in various areas of Los Angeles; the creation of economic enterprise zones in strategic urban areas; the drafting and approval of zoning-consistency regulation; and the adoption of adult entertainment ordinances.
 In addition to Garcia's appointments by the City of Los Angeles, he has served extensively in other civic groups such as the following:
 Member, Board of Directors, CORO Foundation
 Member, Advisory Committee for Hispanic Leadership Program, CORO
 Foundation
 Member, Board of Trustees (and Executive Committee), UCLA Foundation
 Member (and Chairman), Board of Directors, Arroyo Vista Family
 Health Foundation
 Member, Board of Directors, Central City Association
 Member, Board of Directors, New Economics for Women
 Member, L.A. 2000 Committee
 Member, Board of Directors, Music Center
 Member (and Chairman), Board of Directors, Greater L.A.
 Partnership for the Homelesss
 Second Vice Chairman, Board of Directors, Greater Los Angeles
 Chamber of Commerce
 Member, Board of Directors, Mexican American Legal Defense and
 Education Fund (MALDEF) Capital Campaign Committee
 Member, Board of Trustees, Rockefeller Foundation
 Member, Southern California Association of Governments Task Force
 on Growth Management and Transportation
 A multi-decorated Vietnam War veteran, Garcia is a graduate of Loyola University; he received his master of business administration from the USC Graduate School of Business and his juris doctor degree from the UCLA School of Law.
 "We are proud to have such a dedicated civic leader and force for positive change as a member of our executive ranks here at Warner Bros.," stated Robert A. Daly, chairman and chief executive officer of Warner Bros. Inc. "Dan is an outstanding example of commitment in his public and professional life; his actions have had a profound effect on the future of Southern California. It is a real pleasure to congratulate him on this award, which he richly deserves, and to wish him well in his future endeavors on all of our behalf."
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