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July 28, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
One of the oldest American Indian sites in the Bay Area is expected to come under permanent public protection, a national land trust announced Thursday. Under an agreement reached last year, the Trust for Public Land will buy the land from the Myers Development Co. The trust has a one-year purchase option and must raise nearly $1.3 million to add the property to the San Bruno Mountain State and County Park.
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July 28, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
One of the oldest American Indian sites in the Bay Area is expected to come under permanent public protection, a national land trust announced Thursday. Under an agreement reached last year, the Trust for Public Land will buy the land from the Myers Development Co. The trust has a one-year purchase option and must raise nearly $1.3 million to add the property to the San Bruno Mountain State and County Park.
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June 6, 1992 | Associated Press
A federal prosecutor in Helena, Mont., confirmed that Steve Howe, New York Yankee relief pitcher, agreed to plead guilty to one misdemeanor cocaine charge in return for the dismissal of a second charge. Kris McLean, assistant U.S. attorney, declined to provide details of the plea agreement. But he said a description of the agreement Howe gave the New York newspaper Newsday was accurate. Newsday, quoting unidentified sources, said the plea agreement calls for Howe to do no jail time.
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July 26, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
The Presidio, this city's last swath of available prime real estate, would be a residential and tourist destination under a plan unveiled Wednesday. But officials who oversee the land--a former headquarters of the 6th Army and now a national park--promise they will not sacrifice an island of tranquillity for a commercial circus. In opening the Presidio to the public, Congress said it must be self-sufficient by 2013.
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July 26, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
The Presidio, this city's last swath of available prime real estate, would be a residential and tourist destination under a plan unveiled Wednesday. But officials who oversee the land--a former headquarters of the 6th Army and now a national park--promise they will not sacrifice an island of tranquillity for a commercial circus. In opening the Presidio to the public, Congress said it must be self-sufficient by 2013.
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June 6, 1992 | Associated Press
A federal prosecutor in Helena, Mont., confirmed that Steve Howe, New York Yankee relief pitcher, agreed to plead guilty to one misdemeanor cocaine charge in return for the dismissal of a second charge. Kris McLean, assistant U.S. attorney, declined to provide details of the plea agreement. But he said a description of the agreement Howe gave the New York newspaper Newsday was accurate. Newsday, quoting unidentified sources, said the plea agreement calls for Howe to do no jail time.
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