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March 5, 1993 | JONATHAN GAW
In response to consecutive weekends of extensive vandalism on two campuses, the Saugus Union Elementary School District will hire a security firm to randomly patrol its 10 schools. When making the decision earlier this week, Supt. Troy Bramlett said it would temporarily remedy the sudden looting of schools in the area until a more permanent security arrangement could be made for the campuses. "We just feel that we can no longer ignore it," Bramlett said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 29, 1994 | MARK SABBATINI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The use of supervised state prison inmates to clear brush from a hillside surrounding a Saugus elementary school was halted after one day when a parent complained about the inmates' presence while students were at school. Saugus Union School District officials agreed to have a Los Angeles County Fire Department inmate crew clear the brush after nearby homeowners expressed concern about a fire hazard on the hill below James M. Foster Elementary School.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 29, 1994 | MARK SABBATINI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The use of supervised state prison inmates to clear brush from a hillside surrounding a Saugus elementary school was halted after one day when a parent complained about the inmates' presence while students were at school. Saugus Union School District officials agreed to have a Los Angeles County Fire Department inmate crew clear the brush after nearby homeowners expressed concern about a fire hazard on the hill below James M. Foster Elementary School.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 5, 1993 | JONATHAN GAW
In response to consecutive weekends of extensive vandalism on two campuses, the Saugus Union Elementary School District will hire a security firm to randomly patrol its 10 schools. When making the decision earlier this week, Supt. Troy Bramlett said it would temporarily remedy the sudden looting of schools in the area until a more permanent security arrangement could be made for the campuses. "We just feel that we can no longer ignore it," Bramlett said.
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