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August 8, 1991 | HENRY WEINSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a closely watched case, a federal appeals court in San Francisco ruled Wednesday that the city of Sacramento can charge commercial builders additional fees to help pay for low-income housing when their developments bring an influx of new workers. The decision provides a green light to a number of other cash-strapped California cities, including Los Angeles, that want to institute similar fees.
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August 8, 1991 | HENRY WEINSTEIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a closely watched case, a federal appeals court in San Francisco ruled Wednesday that the city of Sacramento can charge commercial builders additional fees to help pay for low-income housing when their developments bring an influx of new workers. The decision provides a green light to a number of other cash-strapped California cities, including Los Angeles, that want to institute similar fees.
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June 3, 1987
The Steam Works, a 10-year-old Sacramento bathhouse which allegedly caters to homosexuals, will close its doors rather than fight a city lawsuit, attorneys for the bathhouse and city announced. The suit was filed by city officials who claim the bathhouse violates a local ordinance regulating adult businesses. The Steam Works will close by June 22, according to a tentative agreement between Deputy City Atty. Tamara Milligan-Harmon and attorney Larry Larsen, representing the bathhouse.
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June 22, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The state's capital has struck down sexism in its streets by changing the name of its manholes to "maintenance holes." The change was signaled at a City Council meeting as members approved amendments to an ordinance concerning the use of sewers. No one called attention to the name change, although the issue received national attention in late April, when it was reported that officials were looking for a practical non-sexist term.
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June 22, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The state's capital has struck down sexism in its streets by changing the name of its manholes to "maintenance holes." The change was signaled at a City Council meeting as members approved amendments to an ordinance concerning the use of sewers. No one called attention to the name change, although the issue received national attention in late April, when it was reported that officials were looking for a practical non-sexist term.
NEWS
June 3, 1987
The Steam Works, a 10-year-old Sacramento bathhouse which allegedly caters to homosexuals, will close its doors rather than fight a city lawsuit, attorneys for the bathhouse and city announced. The suit was filed by city officials who claim the bathhouse violates a local ordinance regulating adult businesses. The Steam Works will close by June 22, according to a tentative agreement between Deputy City Atty. Tamara Milligan-Harmon and attorney Larry Larsen, representing the bathhouse.
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