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September 10, 1998
The state attorney general's office will give $196,000 to fund the city's anti-gang efforts, officials said. The funds, which will be spread over two years, will go to the Long Beach Community Partnership, which heads the city's Gang Intervention and Prevention Network. The money will be divided among the network's members, which include the YMCA, the Los Angeles County probation office, the Long Beach Police Department and the city Parks, Recreation and Marine's Gang Prevention Unit.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 10, 1998
The state attorney general's office will give $196,000 to fund the city's anti-gang efforts, officials said. The funds, which will be spread over two years, will go to the Long Beach Community Partnership, which heads the city's Gang Intervention and Prevention Network. The money will be divided among the network's members, which include the YMCA, the Los Angeles County probation office, the Long Beach Police Department and the city Parks, Recreation and Marine's Gang Prevention Unit.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 4, 1996
A program for displaced workers that was almost displaced itself has been saved by a $500,000 state grant, officials said Thursday. The Long Beach Career Transition Center is now able to keep its doors open until June 30 and offer job training and career counseling to a new batch of students: a group of over 50 displaced workers, said Robert Johnson, administrator of the Long Beach Service Delivery Area.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 4, 1996
A program for displaced workers that was almost displaced itself has been saved by a $500,000 state grant, officials said Thursday. The Long Beach Career Transition Center is now able to keep its doors open until June 30 and offer job training and career counseling to a new batch of students: a group of over 50 displaced workers, said Robert Johnson, administrator of the Long Beach Service Delivery Area.
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