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October 15, 1997
Gov. Pete Wilson has signed a law written exclusively for San Marino that prohibits the expansion of a controversial reservoir on a slope above the high school unless safety experts certify that the project will not pose a risk to students. The law's author, Assemblyman Jack Scott (D-Pasadena), said Tuesday that the measure will settle safety questions about the San Gabriel County Water District's proposal to quadruple the size of the 1.5-million gallon tank, which is near an earthquake fault.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 15, 1997
Gov. Pete Wilson has signed a law written exclusively for San Marino that prohibits the expansion of a controversial reservoir on a slope above the high school unless safety experts certify that the project will not pose a risk to students. The law's author, Assemblyman Jack Scott (D-Pasadena), said Tuesday that the measure will settle safety questions about the San Gabriel County Water District's proposal to quadruple the size of the 1.5-million gallon tank, which is near an earthquake fault.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 21, 1997 | PETER Y. HONG and MAX VANZI, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
A bill that would delay a planned expansion of a San Marino reservoir passed the state Assembly on Tuesday in the wake of fears of some residents that enlarging it could threaten the safety of students at nearby San Marino High School. Residents say the proposal to quadruple the size of the 1.5-million-gallon reservoir, on a slope above the high school, poses a potential danger because it could burst in an earthquake, flooding the school below.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 21, 1997 | PETER Y. HONG and MAX VANZI, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
A bill that would delay a planned expansion of a San Marino reservoir passed the state Assembly on Tuesday in the wake of fears of some residents that enlarging it could threaten the safety of students at nearby San Marino High School. Residents say the proposal to quadruple the size of the 1.5-million-gallon reservoir, on a slope above the high school, poses a potential danger because it could burst in an earthquake, flooding the school below.
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