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June 27, 1991 | KATHIE BOZANICH
In an advisory vote this week, homeowners supported a proposal to add an estimated $109 a year to their property taxes to pay for a new park. Based on the results, the Rossmoor Community Services District board of directors will probably proceed with the purchase of the vacant 8 1/2-acre Rush Elementary School site at 3021 Blume Drive from the Los Alamitos Unified School District, board President Gustave Brickman said Wednesday. According to the American Arbitration Assn.
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April 19, 1993 | BERT ELJERA
After nearly two years of delay, the Rossmoor Community Services District is all set to sell $5 million in bonds and use the proceeds to pay for the vacant Rush School site and convert it into a park. Board members last week unanimously approved several legal documents that set the sale in motion. It will take an additional 60 days before the sale is completed and for the district to receive the money, said District General Manager Bill Sheldon.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 8, 1989 | KATHIE BOZANICH
The board of directors of the Rossmoor Community Services District has approved a declaration that affirms something a lot of people already know--that creating parks does not harm the environment. Board members approved the "negative declaration" by a 4-1 vote, clearing the way for two small parks proposed for the community. The declaration, which will be filed with the county clerk, means that there is nothing about the construction or existence of the parks that will damage the environment.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 27, 1991 | KATHIE BOZANICH
In an advisory vote this week, homeowners supported a proposal to add an estimated $109 a year to their property taxes to pay for a new park. Based on the results, the Rossmoor Community Services District board of directors will probably proceed with the purchase of the vacant 8 1/2-acre Rush Elementary School site at 3021 Blume Drive from the Los Alamitos Unified School District, board President Gustave Brickman said Wednesday. According to the American Arbitration Assn.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 8, 1990 | KATHIE BOZANICH
More than 9% of the Rossmoor Community Services District budget for next year will pay to prepare a bond measure that, if approved by voters, would provide money to buy an elementary school site and make it a park. The district approved its $1.28-million fiscal year 1990-91 budget at its meeting Wednesday night, earmarking $100,000 to hire consultants and prepare a bond measure for the June, 1991, ballot.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 19, 1993 | BERT ELJERA
After nearly two years of delay, the Rossmoor Community Services District is all set to sell $5 million in bonds and use the proceeds to pay for the vacant Rush School site and convert it into a park. Board members last week unanimously approved several legal documents that set the sale in motion. It will take an additional 60 days before the sale is completed and for the district to receive the money, said District General Manager Bill Sheldon.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 8, 1990 | KATHIE BOZANICH
More than 9% of the Rossmoor Community Services District budget for next year will pay to prepare a bond measure that, if approved by voters, would provide money to buy an elementary school site and make it a park. The district approved its $1.28-million fiscal year 1990-91 budget at its meeting Wednesday night, earmarking $100,000 to hire consultants and prepare a bond measure for the June, 1991, ballot.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 8, 1989 | KATHIE BOZANICH
The board of directors of the Rossmoor Community Services District has approved a declaration that affirms something a lot of people already know--that creating parks does not harm the environment. Board members approved the "negative declaration" by a 4-1 vote, clearing the way for two small parks proposed for the community. The declaration, which will be filed with the county clerk, means that there is nothing about the construction or existence of the parks that will damage the environment.
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