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February 7, 1990 | FRANK MESSINA
A proposed water-conservation law that city officials call one of the toughest in Southern California will be considered tonight by the City Council. Under the proposed ordinance, industrial water wasters could be disconnected from the water supply, while businesses and residents who use too much water would be charged penalties.
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February 20, 1990 | FRANK MESSINA
A water conservation law that would penalize water wasters will be voted on by the City Council on Wednesday. The proposed ordinance would add a surcharge to the water bills of business owners and residents who exceed allotments set by the city. Households would pay 50% more for any water used above the 650-gallon daily allotment if the ordinance passes. Some council members expressed doubts that the law would be fair to large families.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 20, 1990 | FRANK MESSINA
A water conservation law that would penalize water wasters will be voted on by the City Council on Wednesday. The proposed ordinance would add a surcharge to the water bills of business owners and residents who exceed allotments set by the city. Households would pay 50% more for any water used above the 650-gallon daily allotment if the ordinance passes. Some council members expressed doubts that the law would be fair to large families.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 7, 1990 | FRANK MESSINA
A proposed water-conservation law that city officials call one of the toughest in Southern California will be considered tonight by the City Council. Under the proposed ordinance, industrial water wasters could be disconnected from the water supply, while businesses and residents who use too much water would be charged penalties.
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April 11, 1989 | From the Associated Press
A high-power chemical laser developed for the "Star Wars" program has been successfully tested in Orange County, the Pentagon said Monday. The test, the first of its kind, was conducted in a vacuum chamber simulating the conditions of space. Described by the Defense Department as "a major milestone," the test took place Friday at a TRW Inc. facility near San Clemente. The experiment was originally scheduled a year ago but had to be postponed because of a small fire that damaged the vacuum chamber.
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April 11, 1989 | From the Associated Press
A high-power chemical laser developed for the "Star Wars" program has been successfully tested in Orange County, the Pentagon said Monday. The test, the first of its kind, was conducted in a vacuum chamber simulating the conditions of space. Described by the Defense Department as "a major milestone," the test took place Friday at a TRW Inc. facility near San Clemente. The experiment was originally scheduled a year ago but had to be postponed because of a small fire that damaged the vacuum chamber.
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