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September 4, 1999 | CARL INGRAM and MARK GLADSTONE, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Californians would vote next March whether to rehabilitate their aging city and state park systems under a historic $2-billion bond issue overwhelmingly approved Friday by the Legislature and sent to Gov. Gray Davis for his expected signature. The massive program is the biggest such measure ever enacted by the Legislature.
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June 30, 2012 | By Chris Megerian, Los Angeles Times
SACRAMENTO - California officials said Friday that only one park will be closed come Sunday, revising plans announced a day earlier to cease operations at five parks. Providence Mountains State Recreation Area, in a remote part of San Bernardino County, has been shut down since earlier this year and will remain so. But the revised plan means four sites expected to close on Sunday - Benicia State Recreation Area, the California Mining and Mineral Museum, Gray Whale Cove State Beach and Zmudowski State Beach - will keep operating for the time being.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 30, 2012 | By Chris Megerian, Los Angeles Times
SACRAMENTO - California officials said Friday that only one park will be closed come Sunday, revising plans announced a day earlier to cease operations at five parks. Providence Mountains State Recreation Area, in a remote part of San Bernardino County, has been shut down since earlier this year and will remain so. But the revised plan means four sites expected to close on Sunday - Benicia State Recreation Area, the California Mining and Mineral Museum, Gray Whale Cove State Beach and Zmudowski State Beach - will keep operating for the time being.
NEWS
September 4, 1999 | CARL INGRAM and MARK GLADSTONE, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Californians would vote next March whether to rehabilitate their aging city and state park systems under a historic $2-billion bond issue overwhelmingly approved Friday by the Legislature and sent to Gov. Gray Davis for his expected signature. The massive program is the biggest such measure ever enacted by the Legislature.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 11, 2002 | EVAN HALPER and STANLEY ALLISON, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The number of lifeguards who patrol California's 28 state beaches will be slashed by 20% this summer to help close the state's multibillion-dollar budget deficit. In a year when record attendance is projected at state beaches, the Department of Parks and Recreation will have 120 fewer guards on duty during the busy summer season. Officials said Friday that they are still working out the details of the cuts and won't have them ready until Gov. Gray Davis' final budget is completed.
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