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February 23, 1993 | LEN HALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There hasn't been an old-fashioned, bare-knuckled water rights battle in this historic mission town since 1931, but suddenly a new dispute is turning friends into enemies and sending officials digging through centuries-old records.
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March 6, 2000 | Kenneth Ma, (949) 248-2157
The City Council is slated to vote Tuesday on a measure to support Census Day 2000, the April kickoff of the 2000 census. The U.S. Census Bureau gathers population and demographic data every 10 years. The information is used to help better allocate $100 billion to state and local governments for community programs and services. The programs include education, housing and community development and heath care services for the elderly.
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November 4, 1999 | Kenneth Ma, (949) 248-2157
The City Council voted unanimously Tuesday to approve amendments to its contract with the Orange County Fire Authority.
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February 23, 1993 | LEN HALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
There hasn't been an old-fashioned, bare-knuckled water rights battle in this historic mission town since 1931, but suddenly a new dispute is turning friends into enemies and sending officials digging through centuries-old records.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 21, 1992
A new law prohibiting the public display of pornographic material will be considered tonight by the City Council. The law, patterned after a similar city ordinance adopted in Mission Viejo, will regulate all material deemed "harmful to children." If it is adopted, all such material--including books, magazines and movie rentals--will have to be displayed in "blinder racks" that block the bottom two-thirds of their covers, said City Atty. Richard K. Denhalter.
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April 21, 1992
A new law prohibiting the public display of pornographic material will be considered tonight by the City Council. The law, patterned after a similar city ordinance adopted in Mission Viejo, will regulate all material deemed "harmful to children." If it is adopted, all such material--including books, magazines and movie rentals--will have to be displayed in "blinder racks" that block the bottom two-thirds of their covers, said City Atty. Richard K. Denhalter.
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