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June 14, 1995 | TIM MAY
All things considered, the past six months have been good to Crenshaw Scott and Carlos Contreras. In January, the two men, 37 and 39 respectively, moved from uncertain, unstable worlds into a new universe that revolves around Hillview Village, an apartment complex for 50 formerly homeless adults in Pacoima. Once homeless and in and out of mental institutions, Scott and Contreras now live in apartments of their own.
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February 26, 1997 | DADE HAYES
Two expenditures from the Lopez Canyon Community Amenities Trust Fund have appeared on the City Council's agenda this week, with one receiving approval and the other now set for a vote. The smaller of the two, a $2,500 award to Hillview Village, a mental health facility serving Lake View Terrace, passed unanimously Tuesday. Today, the council is scheduled to vote on the proposed use of $623,553 from the trust fund to secure the purchase of a 1.53-acre vacant lot at 12002 Osborne St.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 26, 1997 | DADE HAYES
Two expenditures from the Lopez Canyon Community Amenities Trust Fund have appeared on the City Council's agenda this week, with one receiving approval and the other now set for a vote. The smaller of the two, a $2,500 award to Hillview Village, a mental health facility serving Lake View Terrace, passed unanimously Tuesday. Today, the council is scheduled to vote on the proposed use of $623,553 from the trust fund to secure the purchase of a 1.53-acre vacant lot at 12002 Osborne St.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 14, 1995 | TIM MAY
All things considered, the past six months have been good to Crenshaw Scott and Carlos Contreras. In January, the two men, 37 and 39 respectively, moved from uncertain, unstable worlds into a new universe that revolves around Hillview Village, an apartment complex for 50 formerly homeless adults in Pacoima. Once homeless and in and out of mental institutions, Scott and Contreras now live in apartments of their own.
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July 20, 1992 | RICHARD LEE COLVIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If all goes smoothly, sometime next year 50 mentally ill people will move into a brand-new apartment complex on a Pacoima hill, entering a place they can call their own. The apartments will be tiny--ranging from 280 square feet for a single room with a bathroom and use of a community kitchen, to 550 square feet for a one-bedroom with its own kitchen.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 20, 1992 | RICHARD LEE COLVIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
If all goes smoothly, sometime next year 50 mentally ill people will move into a brand-new apartment complex on a Pacoima hill, entering a place they can call their own. The apartments will be tiny--ranging from 280 square feet for a single room with a bathroom and use of a community kitchen, to 550 square feet for a one-bedroom with its own kitchen.
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