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April 1, 1993
Plans to build a new police station hit a snag this week. The City Council on Monday delayed awarding a contract to build a 36,000-square-foot police facility to the lowest bidder after a challenge by a rival company. The council delayed a decision until April 12, when City Atty. Leland Dolley will provide a legal opinion on whether Centex Golden Construction provided sufficient information about its subcontractors. Centex, of San Diego, said it could build the station for $13.85 million.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 18, 1996
The prized box seats at the San Gabriel Auditorium are not what they used to be. Time has taken its toll on the original wicker chairs from 1927 and the City Council on Tuesday approved plans to replace them. "Surprisingly enough, we still have the original chairs. However, they are now in a state of deterioration and decay, and finally must be replaced," said Bill Shaw, auditorium manager.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 18, 1996
The prized box seats at the San Gabriel Auditorium are not what they used to be. Time has taken its toll on the original wicker chairs from 1927 and the City Council on Tuesday approved plans to replace them. "Surprisingly enough, we still have the original chairs. However, they are now in a state of deterioration and decay, and finally must be replaced," said Bill Shaw, auditorium manager.
NEWS
April 1, 1993
Plans to build a new police station hit a snag this week. The City Council on Monday delayed awarding a contract to build a 36,000-square-foot police facility to the lowest bidder after a challenge by a rival company. The council delayed a decision until April 12, when City Atty. Leland Dolley will provide a legal opinion on whether Centex Golden Construction provided sufficient information about its subcontractors. Centex, of San Diego, said it could build the station for $13.85 million.
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