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May 1, 1992 | Susan Christian, Times staff writer
The charity project was supposed to take one day and cost about $60,000 in time and materials. But the project ended up requiring three days and cost an additional $10,000. "A waterline got broken, which complicated things," said Jan Standley, spokeswoman for Catellus Development Corp. The Anaheim office of the San Francisco-based developer donated its efforts--and then some--last weekend to installing a private sewer system at Hillview Acres Children's Home in Chino.
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May 1, 1992 | Susan Christian, Times staff writer
The charity project was supposed to take one day and cost about $60,000 in time and materials. But the project ended up requiring three days and cost an additional $10,000. "A waterline got broken, which complicated things," said Jan Standley, spokeswoman for Catellus Development Corp. The Anaheim office of the San Francisco-based developer donated its efforts--and then some--last weekend to installing a private sewer system at Hillview Acres Children's Home in Chino.
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