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May 28, 1999|Allison Cohen, (714) 966-5835

The City Council this week unanimously approved a $126.8-million budget for fiscal 1999-2000. Officials say it includes new and expanded services eliminated during the recession of the early to mid-1990s, including new police, fire and main library staffing positions. Additionally, the council voted to create a plan of updating and improving the city's parks and promised a full evaluation of how it can best serve city library needs: either by building a new facility or adding to the recently renovated main branch. "The council wants to move ahead so we can address the library needs of the future," Mayor Joanne Coontz said.

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