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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 20, 1993 | MARTIN MILLER
Still trying to close a $2.1-million budget deficit, the City Council unanimously voted to eliminate six crossing guards--a move that will save about $36,000 a year. City officials said the positions are no longer necessary because six intersections have failed to meet criteria for crossing guards. To qualify for a guard, an intersection must have moderate to heavy traffic and be used by at least 20 elementary school children within an hour either before or after school.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 20, 1993 | MARTIN MILLER
Still trying to close a $2.1-million budget deficit, the City Council unanimously voted to eliminate six crossing guards--a move that will save about $36,000 a year. City officials said the positions are no longer necessary because six intersections have failed to meet criteria for crossing guards. To qualify for a guard, an intersection must have moderate to heavy traffic and be used by at least 20 elementary school children within an hour either before or after school.
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