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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 22, 1998
The City Council has approved the creation of a Rose Bowl Foundation to collect and distribute donations to local youth and community groups. Council members also agreed to award the foundation $97,000, proceeds from the sale of old Rose Bowl benches. The aluminum benches, which are being replaced with theater-style seating, are being sold for scrap metal, city officials said. The Rose Bowl Operating Co.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 22, 1998
The City Council has approved the creation of a Rose Bowl Foundation to collect and distribute donations to local youth and community groups. Council members also agreed to award the foundation $97,000, proceeds from the sale of old Rose Bowl benches. The aluminum benches, which are being replaced with theater-style seating, are being sold for scrap metal, city officials said. The Rose Bowl Operating Co.
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