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March 19, 1993 | PATRICK McCARTNEY
Facing twice the demand for federal grant funds this year compared to last, the Santa Paula City Council has agreed to spend more than half of the $293,000 available to replace dilapidated playground equipment in the city's parks. The council also agreed this week to give $50,000 to a city-run housing rehabilitation program, $35,000 each to the community hospital and the library, and $23,000 toward the purchase of a youth center.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 19, 1993 | PATRICK McCARTNEY
Santa Paula residents will not have to pay a fee when they replace their water heaters for at least the next six months, the City Council decided in response to residents' complaints. The suspension of the $22.50 fee is likely to affect about 75 households and cost the city an estimated $1,700 during the trial program, said Stephen Stuart, the city's building and safety director. The council voted Monday to approve the program, which is limited to water-heater replacements at residences only.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 19, 1993 | PATRICK McCARTNEY
Santa Paula residents will not have to pay a fee when they replace their water heaters for at least the next six months, the City Council decided in response to residents' complaints. The suspension of the $22.50 fee is likely to affect about 75 households and cost the city an estimated $1,700 during the trial program, said Stephen Stuart, the city's building and safety director. The council voted Monday to approve the program, which is limited to water-heater replacements at residences only.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 19, 1993 | PATRICK McCARTNEY
Facing twice the demand for federal grant funds this year compared to last, the Santa Paula City Council has agreed to spend more than half of the $293,000 available to replace dilapidated playground equipment in the city's parks. The council also agreed this week to give $50,000 to a city-run housing rehabilitation program, $35,000 each to the community hospital and the library, and $23,000 toward the purchase of a youth center.
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