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San Juan Capistrano

COMMUNITY NEWS / COVERING ORANGE COUNTY'S 33 CITIES

September 20, 2000|Sharon Nagy, (949) 248-2168

The Parks, Recreation and Equestrian Commission created a subcommittee at its Monday meeting to help streamline funds coming from Proposition 12, the parks bond measure that California voters passed in March.

Commissioners Cathy Hooper and Ilse Byrnes will work with city staff members, evaluating capital improvement projects that might qualify for some bond proceeds, said Al King, community services director.

San Juan Capistrano is expected to receive up to $380,000, based on population, from the $2.1-billion initiative.

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