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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 2, 1996
Jan Williams says she did not feel dejected in September when Norwalk residents criticized the state's newest approach to rehabilitating mothers with drug problems. For one thing, she had not tried neighboring Santa Fe Springs.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 11, 1999
Nearly $12 million in federal funds has been awarded to Santa Fe Springs in an effort to assist in the cleanup and redevelopment of the city's former oil refinery and tank farm property. The award will help to create about 680 jobs and stimulate millions of dollars in investments into the economy, Housing and Urban Development Secretary Andrew Cuomo said this week. The city will receive a $1.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 7, 1996
A corner of the Santa Fe High School campus could become a hot after-school hangout if a partnership between the city and school district skates along smoothly. The Santa Fe Springs City Council and Whittier Union High School District--which encompasses schools in both cities--are negotiating the details for an outdoor recreation center to include a lighted, 11,400-square-foot in-line skating rink. Construction on the $1.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 18, 1998 | JACK LEONARD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
For years, the Powerine oil refinery in Santa Fe Springs drew heavy fines from air pollution agencies and a litany of complaints from neighbors. Residents said that fumes from the 62-year-old plant burned their eyes and caused painful rashes. But since financial problems forced owners to wind down operations three years ago, neighbors say they have enjoyed a respite. That is about to change, some residents and environmentalists warn.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 11, 1999
Nearly $12 million in federal funds has been awarded to Santa Fe Springs in an effort to assist in the cleanup and redevelopment of the city's former oil refinery and tank farm property. The award will help to create about 680 jobs and stimulate millions of dollars in investments into the economy, Housing and Urban Development Secretary Andrew Cuomo said this week. The city will receive a $1.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 5, 1997
Santa Fe Springs will provide $8 million in redevelopment funds to help convert a closed oil refinery into a 265-acre industrial park. "The public funding will help the evolution from blighted closed refinery to a contemporary business park," said Robert Orpin, the city's director of planning and development. The city decided to provide the money because the site, on Imperial Highway and bisected by Carmenita Road, requires extensive environmental cleanup.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 4, 1997
It was a neighborhood of shops and homes until the discovery of oil 80 years ago. Now, Santa Fe Springs officials want to turn back the clock and revive the Heritage Springs area. Plans for the $4-million renewal project include restaurants, an office complex, a sculpture garden, trees and a pedestrian bridge across Norwalk Boulevard and Telegraph Road.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 18, 1998 | JACK LEONARD, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
For years, the Powerine oil refinery in Santa Fe Springs drew heavy fines from air pollution agencies and a litany of complaints from neighbors. Residents said that fumes from the 62-year-old plant burned their eyes and caused painful rashes. But since financial problems forced owners to wind down operations three years ago, neighbors say they have enjoyed a respite. That is about to change, some residents and environmentalists warn.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 4, 1997
It was a neighborhood of shops and homes until the discovery of oil 80 years ago. Now, Santa Fe Springs officials want to turn back the clock and revive the Heritage Springs area. Plans for the $4-million renewal project include restaurants, an office complex, a sculpture garden, trees and a pedestrian bridge across Norwalk Boulevard and Telegraph Road.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 5, 1997
Santa Fe Springs will provide $8 million in redevelopment funds to help convert a closed oil refinery into a 265-acre industrial park. "The public funding will help the evolution from blighted closed refinery to a contemporary business park," said Robert Orpin, the city's director of planning and development. The city decided to provide the money because the site, on Imperial Highway and bisected by Carmenita Road, requires extensive environmental cleanup.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 7, 1996
A corner of the Santa Fe High School campus could become a hot after-school hangout if a partnership between the city and school district skates along smoothly. The Santa Fe Springs City Council and Whittier Union High School District--which encompasses schools in both cities--are negotiating the details for an outdoor recreation center to include a lighted, 11,400-square-foot in-line skating rink. Construction on the $1.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 2, 1996
Jan Williams says she did not feel dejected in September when Norwalk residents criticized the state's newest approach to rehabilitating mothers with drug problems. For one thing, she had not tried neighboring Santa Fe Springs.
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