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Millions allocated for street repairs

December 05, 2007|Jennifer Delson

After years of disrepair, Santa Ana's crumbling streets will get a $100-million face-lift following a vote by the Santa Ana City Council.

The council Monday night unanimously approved a five-year plan that will use about $40 million in county, state and federal grants and $60 million in bonds, backed by gas tax revenues, to fund the repairs.

In 2006, state voters approved a governor's infrastructure bond and Proposition 42, a sales tax on gasoline.

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