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February 10, 2000 | Luladey B. Tadesse, (714) 520-2505
The city will spend $850,000 to repair 12 residential streets that have potholes or cracks or are in such poor condition that they need to be reconstructed. Funding for the street rehabilitation will come from the city's $877,000 capital improvement project, which allocates money annually for streets, waterlines, sewer lines and storm drain repairs.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 10, 2000 | Luladey B. Tadesse, (714) 520-2505
The city will spend $850,000 to repair 12 residential streets that have potholes or cracks or are in such poor condition that they need to be reconstructed. Funding for the street rehabilitation will come from the city's $877,000 capital improvement project, which allocates money annually for streets, waterlines, sewer lines and storm drain repairs.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 10, 1998 | MIMI KO CRUZ
A thrilled City Council recently approved a railroad company's proposal to pick up half the cost of upgrading railroad crossings in the city. The city tried for years without success to get the crossings improved by Southern Pacific Railroad Co. and had set aside $148,000 to do the work on four crossings. Now, the city will be able to use half of that money to improve additional crossings, officials said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 10, 1998 | MIMI KO CRUZ
A thrilled City Council recently approved a railroad company's proposal to pick up half the cost of upgrading railroad crossings in the city. The city tried for years without success to get the crossings improved by Southern Pacific Railroad Co. and had set aside $148,000 to do the work on four crossings. Now, the city will be able to use half of that money to improve additional crossings, officials said.
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