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June 18, 1997 | DARRELL SATZMAN
After prolonged and sometimes heated discussion, the San Fernando City Council Monday approved most of the city's 1997-98 budget while holding over some controversial decisions for further review. San Fernando residents crowded the usually quiet council chambers for the four-hour meeting, with several voicing disapproval of what they said was the secretive process through which some of the recommended budget changes were adopted.
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July 18, 1998 | TOM SCHULTZ
The City Council will interview four candidates for the vacant city administrator's position today and could announce its decision at Monday's council meeting, said Howard Miura, interim city administrator. The council at its biweekly meeting will also hold a public hearing on the city's proposed $13-million budget for fiscal year 1998-99. After the hearing, the council could make any adjustments to the budget deemed necessary or adopt the spending plan, Miura said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 6, 1997 | KARIMA A. HAYNES
The San Fernando City Council has approved several changes to the general fund portion of the city's 1997-98 budget. The general fund represents $12.3 million of the city's $32.4-million spending plan. The council Monday night voted 4 to 1 to approve $18,000 for a proposed weekend farmer's market, $4,800 for a Mexican heritage celebration Sept. 16 and $30,000 for air-conditioning and lighting for facilities at Las Palmas Park.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 15, 1998 | TOM SCHULTZ
The state Budget Conference Committee has allocated $800,000 in its current draft of the 1998-99 fiscal year spending plan for use at Las Palmas Park. If the expenditure is approved by Gov. Pete Wilson along with the rest of the budget, the money will go toward construction of a senior citizens activity center at the park, situated at Lashburn and Hollister streets. "This is the end of a major improvement project at Las Palmas Park," said Michael Drake, San Fernando public works director.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 26, 1993 | CARMEN VALENCIA
An $18.3-million spending plan that calls for little change in city services was adopted by the City Council yesterday. The fiscal 1993-94 budget includes modest funding increases for a handful of city programs, including an allocation of $6,000 to expand a senior nutrition program to Las Palmas Park. "It's a rollover budget from this year to next year," said Mike Moon, the city's director of finance. Total spending is identical to the amount in the current budget, also $18.3 million.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 19, 1993 | CARMEN VALENCIA
Faced with the expected loss of at least $100,000 in state funding, city officials have proposed a preliminary budget that calls for little or no growth in city programs and no layoffs. "It's a matter of trying to maintain a level of service without layoffs and without further spreading the hurt to residents and businesses. That's a very delicate balancing act," City Administrator Mary Strenn said. Finance Director Mike Moon characterized the $18.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 24, 1995 | TIM MAY
The San Fernando City Council has unanimously approved a spending plan of approximately $27 million for 1995-96, about $10 million less than last year's budget. The decrease reflects a drop in spending related to earthquake repairs, said Sandra De La Riva, assistant to the city administrator. The new budget, approved this week, continues nearly all city services, with the exception of L.A. Impact, a U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency anti-narcotics program.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 18, 1998 | TOM SCHULTZ
The City Council will interview four candidates for the vacant city administrator's position today and could announce its decision at Monday's council meeting, said Howard Miura, interim city administrator. The council at its biweekly meeting will also hold a public hearing on the city's proposed $13-million budget for fiscal year 1998-99. After the hearing, the council could make any adjustments to the budget deemed necessary or adopt the spending plan, Miura said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 23, 1994 | ED BOND
The San Fernando City Council has approved a city spending plan of $36.5 million for 1994-95, up about one-third from last year's budget, mostly because of earthquake repair costs. Included in the budget is $7 million to repair damage caused by the Northridge earthquake, $1 million for construction of a bikeway along the Metrolink right of way and $475,000 for improvements and renovations at Las Palmas Park, said Finance Director Mike Moon.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 15, 1998 | TOM SCHULTZ
The state Budget Conference Committee has allocated $800,000 in its current draft of the 1998-99 fiscal year spending plan for use at Las Palmas Park. If the expenditure is approved by Gov. Pete Wilson along with the rest of the budget, the money will go toward construction of a senior citizens activity center at the park, situated at Lashburn and Hollister streets. "This is the end of a major improvement project at Las Palmas Park," said Michael Drake, San Fernando public works director.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 6, 1997 | KARIMA A. HAYNES
The San Fernando City Council has approved several changes to the general fund portion of the city's 1997-98 budget. The general fund represents $12.3 million of the city's $32.4-million spending plan. The council Monday night voted 4 to 1 to approve $18,000 for a proposed weekend farmer's market, $4,800 for a Mexican heritage celebration Sept. 16 and $30,000 for air-conditioning and lighting for facilities at Las Palmas Park.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 18, 1997 | DARRELL SATZMAN
After prolonged and sometimes heated discussion, the San Fernando City Council Monday approved most of the city's 1997-98 budget while holding over some controversial decisions for further review. San Fernando residents crowded the usually quiet council chambers for the four-hour meeting, with several voicing disapproval of what they said was the secretive process through which some of the recommended budget changes were adopted.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 24, 1995 | TIM MAY
The San Fernando City Council has unanimously approved a spending plan of approximately $27 million for 1995-96, about $10 million less than last year's budget. The decrease reflects a drop in spending related to earthquake repairs, said Sandra De La Riva, assistant to the city administrator. The new budget, approved this week, continues nearly all city services, with the exception of L.A. Impact, a U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency anti-narcotics program.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 23, 1994 | ED BOND
The San Fernando City Council has approved a city spending plan of $36.5 million for 1994-95, up about one-third from last year's budget, mostly because of earthquake repair costs. Included in the budget is $7 million to repair damage caused by the Northridge earthquake, $1 million for construction of a bikeway along the Metrolink right of way and $475,000 for improvements and renovations at Las Palmas Park, said Finance Director Mike Moon.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 10, 1994 | MIGUEL BUSTILLO
The San Fernando City Council has approved 1994-95 Community Development Block Grant funding for 12 local projects. In its 20th year in San Fernando, block grant funding is designed to serve the low- and moderate-income population by funding public service projects and housing rehabilitation. The overall 1994-95 budget for San Fernando is $534,545.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 26, 1993 | CARMEN VALENCIA
An $18.3-million spending plan that calls for little change in city services was adopted by the City Council yesterday. The fiscal 1993-94 budget includes modest funding increases for a handful of city programs, including an allocation of $6,000 to expand a senior nutrition program to Las Palmas Park. "It's a rollover budget from this year to next year," said Mike Moon, the city's director of finance. Total spending is identical to the amount in the current budget, also $18.3 million.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 10, 1994 | MIGUEL BUSTILLO
The San Fernando City Council has approved 1994-95 Community Development Block Grant funding for 12 local projects. In its 20th year in San Fernando, block grant funding is designed to serve the low- and moderate-income population by funding public service projects and housing rehabilitation. The overall 1994-95 budget for San Fernando is $534,545.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 19, 1993 | CARMEN VALENCIA
Faced with the expected loss of at least $100,000 in state funding, city officials have proposed a preliminary budget that calls for little or no growth in city programs and no layoffs. "It's a matter of trying to maintain a level of service without layoffs and without further spreading the hurt to residents and businesses. That's a very delicate balancing act," City Administrator Mary Strenn said. Finance Director Mike Moon characterized the $18.
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