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August 6, 1994 | ALICIA DOYLE
The city of San Fernando will receive more than $1 million in federal funds to help revitalize multifamily housing damaged by the Northridge earthquake. The funds will be allocated through the Housing and Urban Development Home Partnership program, which provides funds to damaged housing critical to neighborhood revitalization efforts. Rep. Howard Berman (D-Panorama City) said special emphasis will be placed on rebuilding a "ghost town" area that straddles the Sylmar-San Fernando boundary.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 19, 1995 | TIMOTHY WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Overcoming a significant hurdle in the long-delayed effort to fix the quake-damaged San Fernando Courthouse, Los Angeles County and the Federal Emergency Management Agency have agreed that FEMA will pay for some of the repair costs, officials said Monday.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 8, 1994 | ED BOND
News of an additional $908,000 in federal earthquake recovery aid for the city of San Fernando has sent officials scrambling to meet a deadline only two weeks away. "I think this is the type of thing that can put San Fernando back on its feet," City Administrator Mary Strenn said. "The most important thing is we get it out into the community as quickly as possible."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 28, 1995 | TIM MAY
A new community policing position will soon be created in the San Fernando Police Department with funds provided through seized drug money and federal grants, officials said. The department will receive $75,000 over a three-year period, with the money made available through the 1994 federal crime bill. The grant, approved by the federal government in February, is specifically designed for "smaller towns," defined as cities with populations under 50,000 people.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 26, 1994 | GEOFFREY MOHAN and JULIO MORAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Surveying the wreckage, including damage to 22% of his city's housing stock, San Fernando Mayor Dan Acuna recovered his sense of humor: At least the city's long-awaited Metrolink station is open now, he said--too bad it took an earthquake to do it. Although proud of their independence, residents of this 2.4-square-mile city often complain that they are ignored by Los Angeles city and county, which surround the community.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 21, 1993 | CARMEN VALENCIA
The San Fernando City Council on Monday allocated nearly $100,000 in additional federal funds for programs to repave streets, fight graffiti and provide gang diversion activities and other services for youth. Josie Aguilar, the city's assistant to the city administrator, said the city learned in April that it would receive an additional $98,000 in community development grant funds, bringing the total for fiscal year 1993-94 to $418,030.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 28, 1995 | TIM MAY
A new community policing position will soon be created in the San Fernando Police Department with funds provided through seized drug money and federal grants, officials said. The department will receive $75,000 over a three-year period, with the money made available through the 1994 federal crime bill. The grant, approved by the federal government in February, is specifically designed for "smaller towns," defined as cities with populations under 50,000 people.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 26, 1994 | GEOFFREY MOHAN and JULIO MORAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES; Geoffrey Mohan is a correspondent and Julio Moran is a Times staff writer
Surveying the wreckage, including damage to 22% of his city's housing stock, San Fernando Mayor Dan Acuna recovered his sense of humor: At least the city's long-awaited Metrolink station is open now, he said--too bad it took an earthquake to do it. Although proud of their independence, residents of this 2.4-square-mile city often complain they are ignored by Los Angeles city and county, which surround them.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 19, 1995 | TIMOTHY WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Overcoming a significant hurdle in the long-delayed effort to fix the quake-damaged San Fernando Courthouse, Los Angeles County and the Federal Emergency Management Agency have agreed that FEMA will pay for some of the repair costs, officials said Monday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 6, 1994 | ALICIA DOYLE
The city of San Fernando will receive more than $1 million in federal funds to help revitalize multifamily housing damaged by the Northridge earthquake. The funds will be allocated through the Housing and Urban Development Home Partnership program, which provides funds to damaged housing critical to neighborhood revitalization efforts. Rep. Howard Berman (D-Panorama City) said special emphasis will be placed on rebuilding a "ghost town" area that straddles the Sylmar-San Fernando boundary.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 8, 1994 | ED BOND
News of an additional $908,000 in federal earthquake recovery aid for the city of San Fernando has sent officials scrambling to meet a deadline only two weeks away. "I think this is the type of thing that can put San Fernando back on its feet," City Administrator Mary Strenn said. "The most important thing is we get it out into the community as quickly as possible."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 26, 1994 | GEOFFREY MOHAN and JULIO MORAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Surveying the wreckage, including damage to 22% of his city's housing stock, San Fernando Mayor Dan Acuna recovered his sense of humor: At least the city's long-awaited Metrolink station is open now, he said--too bad it took an earthquake to do it. Although proud of their independence, residents of this 2.4-square-mile city often complain that they are ignored by Los Angeles city and county, which surround the community.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 26, 1994 | GEOFFREY MOHAN and JULIO MORAN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES; Geoffrey Mohan is a correspondent and Julio Moran is a Times staff writer
Surveying the wreckage, including damage to 22% of his city's housing stock, San Fernando Mayor Dan Acuna recovered his sense of humor: At least the city's long-awaited Metrolink station is open now, he said--too bad it took an earthquake to do it. Although proud of their independence, residents of this 2.4-square-mile city often complain they are ignored by Los Angeles city and county, which surround them.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 21, 1993 | CARMEN VALENCIA
The San Fernando City Council on Monday allocated nearly $100,000 in additional federal funds for programs to repave streets, fight graffiti and provide gang diversion activities and other services for youth. Josie Aguilar, the city's assistant to the city administrator, said the city learned in April that it would receive an additional $98,000 in community development grant funds, bringing the total for fiscal year 1993-94 to $418,030.
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