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January 25, 1993 | ROBERT BARKER
Huntington Beach City School District officials expect to make major decisions soon to overhaul and expand facilities to make room for enrollment increases expected through the next decade. Some of the issues under consideration are possible construction of new schools and extensive boundary changes, along with an increase in developers' fees or a bond election to finance the work. Public meetings are scheduled for today and Thursday so that residents can participate in the coming decisions.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 25, 1993 | ROBERT BARKER
Huntington Beach City School District officials expect to make major decisions soon to overhaul and expand facilities to make room for enrollment increases expected through the next decade. Some of the issues under consideration are possible construction of new schools and extensive boundary changes, along with an increase in developers' fees or a bond election to finance the work. Public meetings are scheduled for today and Thursday so that residents can participate in the coming decisions.
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September 21, 1990 | JOHN PENNER
Early attendance figures this school year indicate that Ocean View School District's enrollment, which plummeted for 14 years and is blamed for much of the district's financial woes, is on the rise again, a district official said Thursday. As of Monday, enrollment at the district's 17 schools had increased by 131 pupils from this time last year, the largest increase since 1975, said Joseph Condon, assistant superintendent of personnel.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 21, 1990 | JOHN PENNER
Early attendance figures this school year indicate that Ocean View School District's enrollment, which plummeted for 14 years and is blamed for much of the district's financial woes, is on the rise again, a district official said Thursday. As of Monday, enrollment at the district's 17 schools had increased by 131 pupils from this time last year, the largest increase since 1975, said Joseph Condon, assistant superintendent of personnel.
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