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South Coast Air Quality Management District Budget

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June 2, 1990 | LARRY B. STAMMER, TIMES ENVIRONMENTAL WRITER
South Coast Air Quality Management District officials, already under fire from business leaders for hefty budget increases and higher fees paid by polluters, unanimously approved a record $101.4-million annual budget Friday. The budget, representing a 19% spending increase over this year's, calls for $21 million in increased fees charged to polluters, includes a 6% cost-of-living raise for district employees and boosts the number of workers to 1,138, up 117 from this year.
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June 2, 1990 | LARRY B. STAMMER, TIMES ENVIRONMENTAL WRITER
South Coast Air Quality Management District officials, already under fire from business leaders for hefty budget increases and higher fees paid by polluters, unanimously approved a record $101.4-million annual budget Friday. The budget, representing a 19% spending increase over this year's, calls for $21 million in increased fees charged to polluters, includes a 6% cost-of-living raise for district employees and boosts the number of workers to 1,138, up 117 from this year.
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