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October 21, 1992 | JOHN CHANDLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lancaster will spend $100,000 in public funds to advertise the city's new auto sales mall, following a decision by Palmdale earlier this year to spend nearly $2.5 million in much broader aid to that city's rival auto center. The Lancaster program, approved by the city's Redevelopment Agency on Monday night, is a legitimate use of public funds, according to outside experts. But, they said, the costlier Palmdale program raises the question of whether that city engaged in an illegal giveaway.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 21, 1992 | JOHN CHANDLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Lancaster will spend $100,000 in public funds to advertise the city's new auto sales mall, following a decision by Palmdale earlier this year to spend nearly $2.5 million in much broader aid to that city's rival auto center. The Lancaster program, approved by the city's Redevelopment Agency on Monday night, is a legitimate use of public funds, according to outside experts. But, they said, the costlier Palmdale program raises the question of whether that city engaged in an illegal giveaway.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 21, 1992 | JOHN CHANDLER
Lancaster's redevelopment agency has allocated $1.25 million to launch "Operation High Desert Storm," a recently announced campaign to clean up a decaying, crime-ridden neighborhood along Cedar Avenue north of Avenue I. City Council members, acting as redevelopment directors, voted 3 to 0 Monday night to transfer the money from another project, a planned mobile home park on city-owned property at 30th Street East and Avenue I.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 21, 1992 | JOHN CHANDLER
Lancaster's redevelopment agency has allocated $1.25 million to launch "Operation High Desert Storm," a recently announced campaign to clean up a decaying, crime-ridden neighborhood along Cedar Avenue north of Avenue I. City Council members, acting as redevelopment directors, voted 3 to 0 Monday night to transfer the money from another project, a planned mobile home park on city-owned property at 30th Street East and Avenue I.
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