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August 4, 1993 | CARMEN VALENCIA
Amid angry charges that a proposed sewer fee unfairly penalizes certain property owners, the San Fernando City Council held off from approving the measure until city staff studies other options. The council voted Monday to continue a public hearing to Aug. 16 after more than a dozen residents blasted the annual $32 parcel charge for each single-family dwelling, contending that the fee should be based instead on the amount of sewer flow or the number of people per household.
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December 8, 1993 | GEOFFREY MOHAN
In an effort to settle a dispute that arose over closed-door sessions of the San Fernando City Council, the city attorney has been asked to draft rules requiring a written account of all such meetings in the future. At the behest of Councilman Jose Hernandez, who last month accused fellow members of making decisions behind his back, minutes will be taken during future non-public council meetings, with all members agreeing on their content before the session ends. City Atty.
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August 10, 1989 | HECTOR TOBAR, Times Staff Writer
In the wake of protests by San Fernando residents about a crowded county welfare office, Supervisor Mike Antonovich has asked the county Department of Public Social Services to intensify its search for a new facility. Residents have complained about loitering, drug sales, prostitution and other problems that they said are caused by overcrowding at the Maclay Avenue office.
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April 8, 1989 | STEPHANIE CHAVEZ, Times Staff Writer
More than 600 church members rallied in the school yard of Santa Rosa Catholic Church on Friday night, demanding that San Fernando city officials and police clean up graffiti, eliminate drug dealing and revitalize a park in the heart of the town's oldest Latino neighborhood. The rally by members of 10 churches was part of a civic improvement campaign called "Take Pride, Take Charge" being waged by a church- and synagogue-based group, Valley Organized in Community Efforts, also known as VOICE.
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February 21, 1990 | AARON CURTISS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A judge ruled Tuesday that San Fernando Mayor Daniel Acuna's name can appear on the ballot for City Council elections despite a paperwork glitch that made him appear ineligible. Last week, it appeared as if Acuna would be left off the ballot for the April elections because Los Angeles County officials said he waited too long to register to vote after he moved.
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October 28, 1993 | GEOFFREY MOHAN
As a way of boosting an economically depressed area of the city, the San Fernando Redevelopment Agency has approved plans for a 16-unit subsidized housing complex for senior citizens. The city will donate the land, located at 222 Jessie St., and provide $381,668 in subsidies to the developer, according to city reports. Seniors will be able to rent the apartments for $439 per month. Monday's approval came despite complaints from two seniors that the neighborhood, bordering San Fernando Recreation Park, is too dangerous.
SPORTS
June 4, 1999 | MIKE TERRY
Calvary Chapel vs. Los Angeles Baptist Where--Blair Field, 7:30 p.m. Calvary Chapel (27-1-1)--Coach Joe Walters said his Olympic League champions could be better than the 1994 team that was the Division V runner-up and the 1995 team that won the Division V title. It definitely has been a tremendous year for the Eagles, who have not lost in their last 26 games (one tie) and have outscored opponents, 47-1, in four playoff games.
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April 22, 1994 | David Wharton
Blenda J. Wilson, president of Cal State Northridge: "Schindler's List" by Thomas Keneally "The book is written as a novel but is based on interviews with people who knew Schindler. This is an interesting approach. As I read it, I am reminded that people do courageous and good things, not so much out of structured morality, but out of a basic, intuitive sense of humanity." Rep.
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