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February 12, 1991
The City Council has unanimously voted to adopt a resolution supporting the troops in the Gulf War. Mayor John C. Holmberg invited representatives from the local chapter of the Brothers of Vietnam organization to accept the resolution. The mayor also urged residents to hang flags and wear yellow ribbons in a show of support for the country and to write letters to the troops.
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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.
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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
February 12, 1991
The City Council has unanimously voted to adopt a resolution supporting the troops in the Gulf War. Mayor John C. Holmberg invited representatives from the local chapter of the Brothers of Vietnam organization to accept the resolution. The mayor also urged residents to hang flags and wear yellow ribbons in a show of support for the country and to write letters to the troops.
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