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May 22, 1997 | BILL BOYARSKY
As I rode up Turnbull Canyon Road in a Los Angeles County firetruck, winding through the dry, brush-covered Whittier Hills, I could see the threat facing the intricate firefighting network that permits us to live in this arid, combustible Southland. Until that moment, I hadn't fully understood our situation, not even after attending a rally staged by county firefighters urging a yes vote June 3 on Proposition E, a tax to raise more than $50 million for the county Fire Department.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 10, 1998
Warning that public safety is at stake, a blue-ribbon panel recommended Wednesday that Los Angeles voters be asked to approve a $500-million bond measure for new facilities. The package was scaled back from $1.5 billion requested earlier by police and fire chiefs. The bond package recommended by the panel includes four new stations and a new headquarters to replace Parker Center.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 10, 1998
Warning that public safety is at stake, a blue-ribbon panel recommended Wednesday that Los Angeles voters be asked to approve a $500-million bond measure for new facilities. The package was scaled back from $1.5 billion requested earlier by police and fire chiefs. The bond package recommended by the panel includes four new stations and a new headquarters to replace Parker Center.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 22, 1997 | BILL BOYARSKY
As I rode up Turnbull Canyon Road in a Los Angeles County firetruck, winding through the dry, brush-covered Whittier Hills, I could see the threat facing the intricate firefighting network that permits us to live in this arid, combustible Southland. Until that moment, I hadn't fully understood our situation, not even after attending a rally staged by county firefighters urging a yes vote June 3 on Proposition E, a tax to raise more than $50 million for the county Fire Department.
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