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March 24, 1993 | BRENDA DAY
Developers of new commercial or industrial projects in Simi Valley can defer traffic fee payments for up to 90 days under a program approved by the City Council to stimulate the economy. "Every little bit helps," Mayor Greg Stratton said. The city collects the fees to pay for roads and traffic signals needed to handle the increases in traffic generated by new businesses. Up to now, the fees were due before a building permit or occupancy permit could be issued.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 5, 1993 | JAMES MAIELLA JR.
The Simi Valley City Council has opposed a plan to spend state and county dollars to hire a tow truck to roam the Simi Valley Freeway and remove disabled vehicles. Discussing the proposal at their regular meeting Monday, council members said the city's two major tow operators have proven they can keep the freeway clear. "We've got private enterprise that's doing a good job," Councilman Bill Davis said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 5, 1993 | JAMES MAIELLA JR.
The Simi Valley City Council has opposed a plan to spend state and county dollars to hire a tow truck to roam the Simi Valley Freeway and remove disabled vehicles. Discussing the proposal at their regular meeting Monday, council members said the city's two major tow operators have proven they can keep the freeway clear. "We've got private enterprise that's doing a good job," Councilman Bill Davis said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 24, 1993 | BRENDA DAY
Developers of new commercial or industrial projects in Simi Valley can defer traffic fee payments for up to 90 days under a program approved by the City Council to stimulate the economy. "Every little bit helps," Mayor Greg Stratton said. The city collects the fees to pay for roads and traffic signals needed to handle the increases in traffic generated by new businesses. Up to now, the fees were due before a building permit or occupancy permit could be issued.
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