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Southern California grocery workers OK strike authorization

BY CSA STAFF

New York City — Members of the largest union local representing Southern California grocery workers gave their negotiators the power to call for a strike if contract talks with major supermarket chains break down, it was announced Thursday. Results for the other locals were not immediately available.

Passage of the strike authorization would not necessarily mean a strike is imminent. Contract talks that began in February are set to resume next week with negotiators for The Vons Cos. Ralphs Grocery Co., a subsidiary of The Kroger Co.; and Albertsons.

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DLC names leasing exec

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Tarrytown, N.Y. — DLC Management Corp. announced Wednesday that it has named Michael Mahan as leasing representative in the firm’s Atlanta office, where he will handle a portion of the company’s Southeastern portfolio of shopping centers.

Mahan brings with him several years of commercial real estate experience, most recently as a leasing manager for Lamar Cos.

Earlier this month, DLC’s senior VP of Construction Management, Patrick Tandy, was designated a Senior Certified Development, Design and Construction Professional (SCDP) by the International Council of Shopping Centers. Tandy, whose tenure at DLC spans 13 years, is among the first class of SCDP designees, according to ICSC.

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Pacific Sunwear appoints CFO

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Anaheim, Calif. — Pacific Sunwear of California announced that Michael Kaplan will join the company as senior VP and CFO, effective May 2. He will be replacing Mike Henry who became interim CFO in November 2007 and was named CFO in January 2008.

Most recently, Kaplan was CFO of Harbor Freight Tools, a 349-store retailer of proprietary branded tools. Prior to joining Harbor Freight Tools in 2010, he was a senior executive of Gap Inc. from 2005 to 2010.

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