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April 13, 1995 | MIMI KO
Saying that its finances need to be studied by someone new, La Habra City School District board has hired a new auditor to review the district's accounts for the current school year. Trustees decided to replace Corona-based Huffman & Coffman, which had been the district's auditor for the past 12 years, with Boceta, Macon, Workman & Associates of San Bernardino. The new firm already serves as auditor for 20 school districts across Southern California, including six in Orange County.
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November 13, 2000 | Raul Gallegos, (714) 520-2512
City officials awarded a contract to Richard L. Walker Inc. to provide routine and emergency cleaning of sewer lines in the city. Walker Inc. has provided sewer-cleaning services to the city for 20 years. The city would pay $95 per hour for emergency services during fiscal year 2000-01 and $105 per hour the following year.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 27, 1994 | DANIELLE A. FOUQUETTE
A businessman has asked the City Council to adopt a policy that would give preferential treatment to local businesses when awarding city contracts. "Why do business with businesses that don't pay for a city business license or pay sales tax here?" asked Anton Groot, a former city councilman.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 19, 1997 | MIMI KO CRUZ
After years of delay, a 10-year franchise agreement between the city and Century Communications finally has been signed. The pact promises subscribers of the cable company better reception, more channels and 24-hour customer service, city officials said. "This is a good franchise agreement . . . the best that we can obtain," City Manager Jerry L. Bankston said. Hundreds of residents have complained of poor cable reception for decades.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 21, 1989
The city will turn to the private sector in an effort to avoid what it believes are excessive new charges for emergency handling of hazardous materials. The City Council authorized City Manager Lee Risner and City Atty. Richard D. Jones to enter into a contract for handling hazardous materials with Disposal Control Services Inc. by Oct 1. For the past five years, the service has been provided free by Anaheim. Effective Oct. 1, however, the service will cost $68,400 annually.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 19, 1997 | MIMI KO CRUZ
After years of delay, a 10-year franchise agreement between the city and Century Communications finally has been signed. The pact promises subscribers of the cable company better reception, more channels and 24-hour customer service, city officials said. "This is a good franchise agreement . . . the best that we can obtain," City Manager Jerry L. Bankston said. Hundreds of residents have complained of poor cable reception for decades.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 23, 1993
The Orange County Housing Authority will continue to provide financial assistance to La Habra residents who can't afford to pay their rent, under an agreement reached last week with the city. The Housing Authority has offered help to low-income renters for the past 18 years. City Council members unanimously voted to renew the agency's contract for another 20 years. Most of Orange County's smaller cities have similar agreements with the county agency.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 13, 2000 | Raul Gallegos, (714) 520-2512
City officials awarded a contract to Richard L. Walker Inc. to provide routine and emergency cleaning of sewer lines in the city. Walker Inc. has provided sewer-cleaning services to the city for 20 years. The city would pay $95 per hour for emergency services during fiscal year 2000-01 and $105 per hour the following year.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 16, 1994
Residents who wish to report lost or stray pets or animal cruelty or who have questions about dog licenses can now call La Habra Animal Control. The city of La Habra has begun providing Buena Park with animal control services instead of the county. However, stray pets will continue to be delivered to the Orange County Animal Shelter. If a Buena Park resident suspects that their stray pet may have been picked up by animal-control officers, they should first call La Habra Animal Control.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 7, 1996 | MIMI KO CRUZ
A San Diego employment firm has been awarded a $161,388 contract to help the city's Fire Department establish an in-house ambulance program. Under the agreement, Employment Systems Inc. will hire 12 ambulance drivers who also are paramedics to work for the city for a year. Two of the employees will be on duty at all times, City Manager Jerry Bankston said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 27, 1996 | MIMI KO CRUZ
A private consultant has won a $90,000 contract to survey La Habra residents about the kind of recreational facilities they want and to develop a master plan. Takata Associates of Pasadena has been hired to help determine community needs and, specifically, how best to use La Habra's new Hacienda Park. Councilman James Flora said the city's existing parks "need a lot of help. With the population in kids rising, we need more recreational facilities and to come up with a plan."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 7, 1996 | MIMI KO CRUZ
A San Diego employment firm has been awarded a $161,388 contract to help the city's Fire Department establish an in-house ambulance program. Under the agreement, Employment Systems Inc. will hire 12 ambulance drivers who also are paramedics to work for the city for a year. Two of the employees will be on duty at all times, City Manager Jerry Bankston said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 13, 1995 | MIMI KO
Saying that its finances need to be studied by someone new, La Habra City School District board has hired a new auditor to review the district's accounts for the current school year. Trustees decided to replace Corona-based Huffman & Coffman, which had been the district's auditor for the past 12 years, with Boceta, Macon, Workman & Associates of San Bernardino. The new firm already serves as auditor for 20 school districts across Southern California, including six in Orange County.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 27, 1994 | DANIELLE A. FOUQUETTE
A businessman has asked the City Council to adopt a policy that would give preferential treatment to local businesses when awarding city contracts. "Why do business with businesses that don't pay for a city business license or pay sales tax here?" asked Anton Groot, a former city councilman.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 16, 1994
Residents who wish to report lost or stray pets or animal cruelty or who have questions about dog licenses can now call La Habra Animal Control. The city of La Habra has begun providing Buena Park with animal control services instead of the county. However, stray pets will continue to be delivered to the Orange County Animal Shelter. If a Buena Park resident suspects that their stray pet may have been picked up by animal-control officers, they should first call La Habra Animal Control.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 23, 1993
The Orange County Housing Authority will continue to provide financial assistance to La Habra residents who can't afford to pay their rent, under an agreement reached last week with the city. The Housing Authority has offered help to low-income renters for the past 18 years. City Council members unanimously voted to renew the agency's contract for another 20 years. Most of Orange County's smaller cities have similar agreements with the county agency.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 27, 1996 | MIMI KO CRUZ
A private consultant has won a $90,000 contract to survey La Habra residents about the kind of recreational facilities they want and to develop a master plan. Takata Associates of Pasadena has been hired to help determine community needs and, specifically, how best to use La Habra's new Hacienda Park. Councilman James Flora said the city's existing parks "need a lot of help. With the population in kids rising, we need more recreational facilities and to come up with a plan."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 21, 1989
The city will turn to the private sector in an effort to avoid what it believes are excessive new charges for emergency handling of hazardous materials. The City Council authorized City Manager Lee Risner and City Atty. Richard D. Jones to enter into a contract for handling hazardous materials with Disposal Control Services Inc. by Oct 1. For the past five years, the service has been provided free by Anaheim. Effective Oct. 1, however, the service will cost $68,400 annually.
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