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June 25, 1990 | DAVID F. BURKE
Confronted with an aging set of city facilities, City Council members last week approved a study to examine the state of city buildings and determine whether voters should be asked to approve as much as $7 million in improvements. The city's Police Department is housed in a 26-year-old station house, and its community center operates out of a converted savings and loan building. The growing police force and its facility requirements have commanded top attention, but Councilman William D.
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April 17, 1997 | LESLEY WRIGHT and MIMI KO CRUZ and HOPE HAMASHIGE
Monument signs may soon be built at the entrance to City Hall and the adjacent community center. City Council members last week approved designs for the signs and will consider soliciting bids for the project at a meeting later this month. The 14-by-4-foot sign in front of the community center will read "La Habra Community Center" and display the city logo as well as changing messages and public announcements.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 17, 1997 | LESLEY WRIGHT and MIMI KO CRUZ and HOPE HAMASHIGE
Monument signs may soon be built at the entrance to City Hall and the adjacent community center. City Council members last week approved designs for the signs and will consider soliciting bids for the project at a meeting later this month. The 14-by-4-foot sign in front of the community center will read "La Habra Community Center" and display the city logo as well as changing messages and public announcements.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 16, 1993 | MIMI KO
Prompted by a request to change the name of a local park, the City Council has adopted rules governing the naming of public facilities. City Council members voted unanimously last week to place restrictions on such actions to avoid conflicts in the future. Under the policy, no city administration buildings--specifically City Hall, the fire and police stations, the city yard or buildings in the Civic Center--may be renamed.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 16, 1993 | MIMI KO
Prompted by a request to change the name of a local park, the City Council has adopted rules governing the naming of public facilities. City Council members voted unanimously last week to place restrictions on such actions to avoid conflicts in the future. Under the policy, no city administration buildings--specifically City Hall, the fire and police stations, the city yard or buildings in the Civic Center--may be renamed.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 25, 1990 | DAVID F. BURKE
Confronted with an aging set of city facilities, City Council members last week approved a study to examine the state of city buildings and determine whether voters should be asked to approve as much as $7 million in improvements. The city's Police Department is housed in a 26-year-old station house, and its community center operates out of a converted savings and loan building. The growing police force and its facility requirements have commanded top attention, but Councilman William D.
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