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January 28, 1996 | LESLEY WRIGHT
A joint agreement for an upgraded countywide emergency radio system won City Council approval this week. The retooled system, which will cost the city $2.6 million over five years, will link all police, fire and public works employees across the county onto one network. The five council members already had approved one agreement for the 800-megahertz system, but it was tabled in the wake of the county's December 1994 bankruptcy filing.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 28, 1996 | LESLEY WRIGHT
A joint agreement for an upgraded countywide emergency radio system won City Council approval this week. The retooled system, which will cost the city $2.6 million over five years, will link all police, fire and public works employees across the county onto one network. The five council members already had approved one agreement for the 800-megahertz system, but it was tabled in the wake of the county's December 1994 bankruptcy filing.
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February 6, 1991 | ZAN DUBIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A hotly contested guideline proposal for the city's public access cable channel--already blasted by one opponent as "a denial of free speech"--will "very likely" be modified vastly, according to an official of the local cable advisory board. Under the proposal, producers of all public access programs would have to submit their shows at least two weeks in advance of broadcast for review by the board.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 6, 1991 | ZAN DUBIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A hotly contested guideline proposal for the city's public access cable channel--already blasted by one opponent as "a denial of free speech"--will "very likely" be modified vastly, according to an official of the local cable advisory board. Under the proposal, producers of all public access programs would have to submit their shows at least two weeks in advance of broadcast for review by the board.
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