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The SBA named parts of California disaster areas.

May 13, 1987

Designated were San Luis Obispo, Ventura, Riverside and San Diego counties on the basis of a severe freeze last Jan. 10 through Jan. 22. Thomas Topuzes, U.S. Small Business Administration regional administrator, said in San Francisco that the declaration was made to help agriculture-related small businesses in the four counties recover from economic injury they suffered as a direct result of the freeze. He said the SBA action followed a similar move by the Agriculture Department, which made farmers and ranchers in the same four counties eligible for Farmers Home Administration loans because of the freeze.

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