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October 7, 1992 | ROBERT BARKER
Shell Western E&P Inc. this week made its third contribution of $4,000 in as many years for the new children's wing at the Central Library. The library, in Central Park, is undergoing an $8.5-million, 43,000-square-foot expansion. In addition to the children's wing, a 320-seat theater, five meeting rooms, a technology center, a bookstore and a gift store will be built. Work started in March and is expected to be completed in September.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 7, 1992 | ROBERT BARKER
Shell Western E&P Inc. this week made its third contribution of $4,000 in as many years for the new children's wing at the Central Library. The library, in Central Park, is undergoing an $8.5-million, 43,000-square-foot expansion. In addition to the children's wing, a 320-seat theater, five meeting rooms, a technology center, a bookstore and a gift store will be built. Work started in March and is expected to be completed in September.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 7, 1992 | ROBERT BARKER
The City Council has voted to spend $1 million to build a two-story Ruby's Diner on the new pier, as well as a coffee shop and a bait and tackle store. The city will use bonds that had been issued to build a parking structure at the north side of the pier. Officials scrapped plans to build the parking structure when the pier was closed in 1988, but the bonds remain available.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 7, 1992 | ROBERT BARKER
The City Council has voted to spend $1 million to build a two-story Ruby's Diner on the new pier, as well as a coffee shop and a bait and tackle store. The city will use bonds that had been issued to build a parking structure at the north side of the pier. Officials scrapped plans to build the parking structure when the pier was closed in 1988, but the bonds remain available.
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