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April 17, 1992 | DANIELLE A. FOUQUETTE and JOHN PENNER
Preliminary estimates indicate that cities in Orange County will seek more than $750,000 in federal disaster relief funds to repair damage caused by eight days of heavy rainfall in February. March 26 was the deadline for cities to submit preliminary estimates on storm damage costs to the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Federal and state inspectors must inspect each damage site to verify that it qualifies for relief.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 17, 1992 | DANIELLE A. FOUQUETTE and JOHN PENNER
Preliminary estimates indicate that cities in Orange County will seek more than $750,000 in federal disaster relief funds to repair damage caused by eight days of heavy rainfall in February. March 26 was the deadline for cities to submit preliminary estimates on storm damage costs to the Federal Emergency Management Agency. Federal and state inspectors must inspect each damage site to verify that it qualifies for relief.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 23, 1991
I applaud your objective and straight-forward reporting of the tragic events surrounding the July 12 opening of "Boyz N the Hood" (July 13-15). Like the film's writer/director, John Singleton, I weep for the victims and their families. But the tears I shed over the violence were the same tears I've been shedding for the last several years as more and more of our young people destroy each other on the streets of our cities.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 23, 1991
I applaud your objective and straight-forward reporting of the tragic events surrounding the July 12 opening of "Boyz N the Hood" (July 13-15). Like the film's writer/director, John Singleton, I weep for the victims and their families. But the tears I shed over the violence were the same tears I've been shedding for the last several years as more and more of our young people destroy each other on the streets of our cities.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 14, 1991
County cities collectively received $19.5 million in sales and use tax revenue from the State Board of Equalization during March. The single largest amount, $2.2 million, or 11% of the total, went to Irvine; the smallest, $11,571, to Villa Park. The aggregate amount received by the cities was 20% less than the March, 1990, disbursement, and there were vast differences in the individual cities as well.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 14, 1991
County cities collectively received $19.5 million in sales and use tax revenue from the State Board of Equalization during March. The single largest amount, $2.2 million, or 11% of the total, went to Irvine; the smallest, $11,571, to Villa Park. The aggregate amount received by the cities was 20% less than the March, 1990, disbursement, and there were vast differences in the individual cities as well.
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