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March 24, 1999 | Rebecca Harris, (949) 574-4205
The City Council last week approved an amendment to capital-improvement spending. Members chose to spend the $126,280 designated for city-initiated projects on field improvements at George White Elementary School, instead of on the Golden Lantern street-widening venture. The recommendation will be incorporated into the block grant spending plan and made available for public review for 30 days before final consideration by the council on May 4.
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July 24, 2000 | Tami Min, (949) 574-4204
The City Council last week approved two contracts that will help get work started at George White Elementary School's ball field and the proposed Alicia Skate and Soccer Park. Both plans are part of the 1998 Park and Recreation Master Plan, a document that outlines some of the priorities the city will follow over the next few years.
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November 8, 1994 | LYNN FRANEY
The city is considering building a skateboard park where teen-age skateboarders could safely practice their twists and turns without bothering local merchants and customers by hanging out in parking lots. An architect will present a concept design for a wooden skateboard park at the Parks and Recreation Commission meeting Monday. The skateboard ramps and tunnels are proposed for Crown Valley Community Park, said Kerry Bartelt, the parks and recreation director.
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October 16, 1997 | FRANK MESSINA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Not long after the sign went up announcing that Chapparosa Park would soon be home to Orange County's third skateboard center, the rumblings began. Concerned about teen skateboarders creating safety and noise problems at the 23-acre park, homeowners have banded together to fight the project. Almost 100 people from Marina Hills and other surrounding neighborhoods packed a city informational meeting Tuesday to express their concerns.
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