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November 23, 1996 | KIMBERLY BROWER
The landmark Casa Romantica will get a face-lift and structural repairs with help from a $110,425 state grant. The money will be used to repair terra cotta roof tiles, improve the building's electrical system and restore two historic murals painted by one of California's foremost muralists of the 1920s, Norman Kennedy. The grant from the State Office of Historic Preservation's California Heritage Fund was a pleasant surprise, associate city planner Jim Pechous said. "It was great news," he said.
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October 21, 1999 | Eric C. Sanitate, (949) 248-2150
The City Council was expected to accept a number of state transportation grants at last night's meeting that will be used to complete nearly 30 street rehabilitation projects around San Clemente. The city is in the eighth year of an agreement with the California Department of Transportation that provides supplemental funding for city street improvement projects. San Clemente is expected to receive nearly $1.1 million in Caltrans funds this year.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 21, 1999 | Eric C. Sanitate, (949) 248-2150
The City Council was expected to accept a number of state transportation grants at last night's meeting that will be used to complete nearly 30 street rehabilitation projects around San Clemente. The city is in the eighth year of an agreement with the California Department of Transportation that provides supplemental funding for city street improvement projects. San Clemente is expected to receive nearly $1.1 million in Caltrans funds this year.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 23, 1996 | KIMBERLY BROWER
The landmark Casa Romantica will get a face-lift and structural repairs with help from a $110,425 state grant. The money will be used to repair terra cotta roof tiles, improve the building's electrical system and restore two historic murals painted by one of California's foremost muralists of the 1920s, Norman Kennedy. The grant from the State Office of Historic Preservation's California Heritage Fund was a pleasant surprise, associate city planner Jim Pechous said. "It was great news," he said.
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September 9, 1992 | ANNA CEKOLA
Although the cuts are not as bad as feared, officials are gearing up to slash about $800,000 from the city budget in the wake of funding reductions approved last week as part of the long-awaited state budget. "It's bad enough, but it could have been worse," Mayor Joseph Anderson said. At worst, city officials feared about $2 million in cuts from the state, or about 10% of the city's $20-million general fund budget.
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January 30, 1993 | ANNA CEKOLA
The City Council has formally applied to a state program for help in targeting homes and businesses for preservation in an effort to help maintain the community's Spanish Village by the Sea character. Planners told the council on Wednesday that the city has an excellent chance of receiving Certified Local Government status from the California Office of Historic Preservation because of its longstanding preservation policies.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 30, 1993 | ANNA CEKOLA
The City Council has formally applied to a state program for help in targeting homes and businesses for preservation in an effort to help maintain the community's Spanish Village by the Sea character. Planners told the council on Wednesday that the city has an excellent chance of receiving Certified Local Government status from the California Office of Historic Preservation because of its longstanding preservation policies.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 9, 1992 | ANNA CEKOLA
Although the cuts are not as bad as feared, officials are gearing up to slash about $800,000 from the city budget in the wake of funding reductions approved last week as part of the long-awaited state budget. "It's bad enough, but it could have been worse," Mayor Joseph Anderson said. At worst, city officials feared about $2 million in cuts from the state, or about 10% of the city's $20-million general fund budget.
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