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October 6, 1993 | GEOFFREY MOHAN
The city of San Fernando is attempting to take advantage of state earthquake-safety funding to build a new emergency communications center and firing range for its Police Department. The City Council on Monday voted to allow the department to apply for a $150,000 state grant for the new building and promised to contribute an additional $50,000. San Fernando police now house their firing range and communications center in a building that once served as city's police station.
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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.
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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
October 6, 1993 | GEOFFREY MOHAN
The city of San Fernando is attempting to take advantage of state earthquake-safety funding to build a new emergency communications center and firing range for its Police Department. The City Council on Monday voted to allow the department to apply for a $150,000 state grant for the new building and promised to contribute an additional $50,000. San Fernando police now house their firing range and communications center in a building that once served as city's police station.
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