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July 9, 1994 | LESLEY WRIGHT
Architects unveiled the proposed $1.7-million redesign of the Buena Park Junior High School to the Buena Park School District Board of Governors this week. The governors will vote on the plan, which includes a brick-and-concrete amphitheater and a semicircular multipurpose room, during their regular meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday. The new construction is the last major project of the district's master plan, developed in 1984 when two junior high schools were consolidated. Supt.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 9, 1994 | LESLEY WRIGHT
Architects unveiled the proposed $1.7-million redesign of the Buena Park Junior High School to the Buena Park School District Board of Governors this week. The governors will vote on the plan, which includes a brick-and-concrete amphitheater and a semicircular multipurpose room, during their regular meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday. The new construction is the last major project of the district's master plan, developed in 1984 when two junior high schools were consolidated. Supt.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 8, 1994 | SHELBY GRAD
Building plans for South Lake Middle School have been revised in a move that will add an extra $235,000 to the project's price and will provide the campus with high-tech capabilities. The revisions will provide a computer network capable of supporting more than 200 terminals throughout the campus, said Lloyd Linton, director of construction for the Irvine Unified School District.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 8, 1994 | SHELBY GRAD
Building plans for South Lake Middle School have been revised in a move that will add an extra $235,000 to the project's price and will provide the campus with high-tech capabilities. The revisions will provide a computer network capable of supporting more than 200 terminals throughout the campus, said Lloyd Linton, director of construction for the Irvine Unified School District.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 27, 2003 | Daniel Yi, Times Staff Writer
The Santa Ana school board voted unanimously Wednesday to fire the consulting firm overseeing the district's $300-million-plus school construction plan, alleging gross mismanagement that led to cost overruns and fewer new campuses than originally planned.
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August 26, 1998 | MAX VANZI and CARL INGRAM, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The state Senate on Tuesday overwhelmingly voted to place on the November ballot a record $9.2-billion bond measure designed to relieve California's needy public schools. The Assembly is expected to follow suit as early as today and send the measure to Gov. Pete Wilson, who announced that the "Legislature has met my challenge" to send him a bond bill he is happy to sign. "This is truly historic," said Sen. Dede Alpert (D-Coronado), who helped write the bill.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 9, 1989 | MARIA NEWMAN, Times Staff Writer
As voters in the Capistrano Unified School District go to the polls today to decide on a measure that would raise property taxes for new school construction, the Orange County district attorney's office is exploring allegations that district officials have illegally used taxpayer funds to campaign for Measure A. Deputy Dist. Atty. Connie Johnson said her office is "looking into" charges relating to the use of school funds to campaign for the measure, but she declined to elaborate, saying it was too close to the election.
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November 10, 1988 | BILL BILLITER, Times Staff Writer
Orange County voters gave pass or fail grades to an eclectic mix of education issues and candidates on the ballot, election experts noted Wednesday. County voters approved two state education bond issues, turned down a state school funding measure, and in most cases rejected teacher-union efforts to oust trustee incumbents. The Orange County vote almost dealt a death blow to a statewide proposition that, ironically, its backers had believed would pass because of Orange County support.
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