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August 28, 1993 | JAMES ZOLTAK
About 15 people have volunteered to help the county Department of Parks and Recreation, which is facing budget cuts that threaten to curtail services, to maintain and patrol Veterans Memorial Park in Sylmar. The volunteers came forward at a meeting Thursday, and will help the county hold down costs by providing patrols, light maintenance of the grounds and even some repair work, said John Weber, the department's regional director.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 28, 1993 | JAMES ZOLTAK
About 15 people have volunteered to help the county Department of Parks and Recreation, which is facing budget cuts that threaten to curtail services, to maintain and patrol Veterans Memorial Park in Sylmar. The volunteers came forward at a meeting Thursday, and will help the county hold down costs by providing patrols, light maintenance of the grounds and even some repair work, said John Weber, the department's regional director.
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May 22, 1993 | CARMEN VALENCIA
Residents dismayed with the possible closure of two parks in Sylmar are considering raising funds and volunteering in order to keep the recreational areas from becoming weed-infested lots. Many of the nearly 300 residents who turned out for a community meeting at Olive View Medical Center on Thursday also vowed to keep up the pressure on elected officials in coming months by inundating them with letters and petitions to keep Veterans Memorial and El Cariso parks open.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 22, 1993 | CARMEN VALENCIA
Residents dismayed with the possible closure of two parks in Sylmar are considering raising funds and volunteering in order to keep the recreational areas from becoming weed-infested lots. Many of the nearly 300 residents who turned out for a community meeting at Olive View Medical Center on Thursday also vowed to keep up the pressure on elected officials in coming months by inundating them with letters and petitions to keep Veterans Memorial and El Cariso parks open.
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