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July 14, 1993 | HUGO MARTIN
Assemblyman Richard Katz (D-Sylmar) said he has secured nearly $1 million in federal funds to help pay for a traffic monitoring system designed to ease congestion on San Fernando Valley streets. Katz said a $940,000 grant from the Petroleum Violation Escrow Account, a fund paid for by petroleum companies that have overcharged customers, will go toward installing the system along Victory and Ventura boulevards.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 15, 1995
As the months went by, the figures mounted. Hidden damage kept turning up in houses, apartments and office buildings. Aid applications kept flowing into federal disaster relief centers. Deadlines were extended again and again for Small Business Administration loans and Federal Emergency Management Agency grants. By the end of the year, $2.8 billion in federal aid was approved for the San Fernando Valley, about 60% of the city total.
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January 8, 1995 | RICHARD SIMON and MYRON LEVIN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
With the one-year anniversary of the Northridge earthquake about a week away, more than 500,000 individuals and businesses have received in excess of $5 billion in federal aid. The relief payments have surpassed those after any previous U.S. disaster and made Uncle Sam the largest mortgage lender in Los Angeles County last year, records and interviews show.
NEWS
January 8, 1995 | RICHARD SIMON and MYRON LEVIN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
With the one-year anniversary of the Northridge earthquake about a week away, more than 500,000 individuals and businesses have received in excess of $5 billion in federal aid. The relief payments have surpassed those after any previous U.S. disaster and made Uncle Sam the largest mortgage lender in Los Angeles County last year, records and interviews show.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 15, 1995
As the months went by, the figures mounted. Hidden damage kept turning up in houses, apartments and office buildings. Aid applications kept flowing into federal disaster relief centers. Deadlines were extended again and again for Small Business Administration loans and Federal Emergency Management Agency grants. By the end of the year, $2.8 billion in federal aid was approved for the San Fernando Valley, about 60% of the city total.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 14, 1993 | HUGO MARTIN
Assemblyman Richard Katz (D-Sylmar) said he has secured nearly $1 million in federal funds to help pay for a traffic monitoring system designed to ease congestion on San Fernando Valley streets. Katz said a $940,000 grant from the Petroleum Violation Escrow Account, a fund paid for by petroleum companies that have overcharged customers, will go toward installing the system along Victory and Ventura boulevards.
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