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February 13, 1995 | LESLIE EARNEST, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Laguna Beach will likely have one more cop on the beat this summer after the city was awarded a grant from President Clinton's anti-crime package last week. Police Chief Neil J. Purcell Jr. said Thursday that he applied for the grant to "preserve our quality of life" and to stave off gang activity and violent crime. While Laguna Beach has not been immune to such problems, they have occurred more often in other Orange County communities.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 13, 1995 | LESLIE EARNEST, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Laguna Beach will likely have one more cop on the beat this summer after the city was awarded a grant from President Clinton's anti-crime package last week. Police Chief Neil J. Purcell Jr. said Thursday that he applied for the grant to "preserve our quality of life" and to stave off gang activity and violent crime. While Laguna Beach has not been immune to such problems, they have occurred more often in other Orange County communities.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 11, 1992 | MALAIKA BROWN
The city will get a $90,000 boost from the federal government next fiscal year with funds from the Community Development Block Grant Project. The council announced receipt of the funds on Monday although the money will not be available until after Oct. 1. In recent years, the city has only received about $50,000 in block grant funding. Interval House, a Seal Beach-based shelter for women with abusive husbands, will receive the bulk of the money in a $40,000 grant.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 8, 1995 | RUSS LOAR
The county Environmental Management Agency will apply for federal aid to expand flood-control capacities near Leisure World and in the city's Old Town area in an effort to prevent the kind of flooding that caused $5 million in damage to the city last month. A team of county flood control experts recently toured the city and the 8,700-resident Leisure World retirement community to survey flood control drains and pumping stations.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 23, 1992 | SHELBY GRAD
A shelter for battered women and a support group for teen-agers are among the organizations Seal Beach officials seek to award with federal grants. The proposed grants, which still must be approved by county officials, total more than $125,000. The federal money is awarded annually to projects designed to improve the community. The City Council earlier this month recommended grants for eight projects.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 17, 1993 | SHELBY GRAD
A shelter for battered women tops the list of Seal Beach organizations that will share $131,000 in community development block grants, city officials announced this week. This year's allocation from the federal government is $41,000 more than what the city received in 1992. Interval House, which provides temporary shelter to abused women and their children at shelters and "safe houses" throughout the county, received a $60,000 grant.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 27, 1991
The City Council this week decided on its priorities for Community Development Block Grant funding. The council's requests will be forwarded to the county, which administers the federal funds. At the top of the list is a request for $80,000 for Interval House, a Seal Beach-based shelter for battered women.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 15, 1995 | DEBBIE KONG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Federal relief officials Saturday told about 100 Leisure World residents who suffered flood damage that they qualify for assistance to help them refurnish their homes and replace possessions. Bill De Grosso, spokesman for the Federal Emergency Management Agency, said flood victims are eligible for low-interest loans from the Small Business Adminstration or grants from FEMA.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 8, 1995 | RUSS LOAR
The county Environmental Management Agency will apply for federal aid to expand flood-control capacities near Leisure World and in the city's Old Town area in an effort to prevent the kind of flooding that caused $5 million in damage to the city last month. A team of county flood control experts recently toured the city and the 8,700-resident Leisure World retirement community to survey flood control drains and pumping stations.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 28, 1995 | RUSS LOAR
Mayor George Brown said there will be a thorough examination of the city's flood-control systems to prevent the kind of massive flooding that caused about $3 million in damage to Leisure World and drenched businesses and homes in the Old Town area. Orange County flood-control officials plan to inspect the city's drainage system on Thursday. "We want to understand how the system works and see if there are some things that can be done that can improve it," Brown said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 28, 1995 | RUSS LOAR
Mayor George Brown said there will be a thorough examination of the city's flood-control systems to prevent the kind of massive flooding that caused about $3 million in damage to Leisure World and drenched businesses and homes in the Old Town area. Orange County flood-control officials plan to inspect the city's drainage system on Thursday. "We want to understand how the system works and see if there are some things that can be done that can improve it," Brown said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 15, 1995 | DEBBIE KONG, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Federal relief officials Saturday told about 100 Leisure World residents who suffered flood damage that they qualify for assistance to help them refurnish their homes and replace possessions. Bill De Grosso, spokesman for the Federal Emergency Management Agency, said flood victims are eligible for low-interest loans from the Small Business Adminstration or grants from FEMA.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 17, 1993 | SHELBY GRAD
A shelter for battered women tops the list of Seal Beach organizations that will share $131,000 in community development block grants, city officials announced this week. This year's allocation from the federal government is $41,000 more than what the city received in 1992. Interval House, which provides temporary shelter to abused women and their children at shelters and "safe houses" throughout the county, received a $60,000 grant.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 23, 1992 | SHELBY GRAD
A shelter for battered women and a support group for teen-agers are among the organizations Seal Beach officials seek to award with federal grants. The proposed grants, which still must be approved by county officials, total more than $125,000. The federal money is awarded annually to projects designed to improve the community. The City Council earlier this month recommended grants for eight projects.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 11, 1992 | MALAIKA BROWN
The city will get a $90,000 boost from the federal government next fiscal year with funds from the Community Development Block Grant Project. The council announced receipt of the funds on Monday although the money will not be available until after Oct. 1. In recent years, the city has only received about $50,000 in block grant funding. Interval House, a Seal Beach-based shelter for women with abusive husbands, will receive the bulk of the money in a $40,000 grant.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 27, 1991
The City Council this week decided on its priorities for Community Development Block Grant funding. The council's requests will be forwarded to the county, which administers the federal funds. At the top of the list is a request for $80,000 for Interval House, a Seal Beach-based shelter for battered women.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 30, 1989
The City Council has approved a $204,000 grant proposal to be submitted to the Community Development Block Grant Program to provide money for low- and moderate-income development projects. Requested uses for the funds include subsidizing day-care services, renovating a senior citizens center and a community center, and making improvements to Seal Beach Boulevard and Ocean Avenue. Seal Beach has participated in the grant program for 16 years.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 30, 1989
The City Council has approved a $204,000 grant proposal to be submitted to the Community Development Block Grant Program to provide money for low- and moderate-income development projects. Requested uses for the funds include subsidizing day-care services, renovating a senior citizens center and a community center, and making improvements to Seal Beach Boulevard and Ocean Avenue. Seal Beach has participated in the grant program for 16 years.
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