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June 23, 1992 | JOHN SCHWADA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A stalemate in real estate negotiations makes it unlikely that the Sylmar rail station will be open by the scheduled Oct. 26 inauguration of the Metrolink line, Los Angeles city officials said. "We are assuming it won't be open by then," said James Okazaki, a senior official in the city's Department of Transportation. Hanging up construction at the 5.8-acre station property between Hubbard and Sayre streets is a dispute over the price of the land, owned by the Friedman Bros. Investment Co.
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November 8, 1995 | TIM MAY
The Sylmar branch of the Los Angeles Public Library will present a program to honor and aid Native Americans in recognition of Native American Month. Brian Brightcloud, an Apache nation member who runs a nonprofit food and clothing distribution agency serving Native Americans on reservations across North America, will speak at the program. Brightcloud will speak about how Apaches once lived, focusing on the lives of Apache children, and the changes in the lives of Native Americans of all tribes.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 12, 1993 | CARMEN VALENCIA
Members of the Northeast Valley Arts Council are mounting a letter-writing campaign to keep the Century Gallery at Veterans Memorial Park in Sylmar from closing if budget cuts force the closure of 72 parks this summer. Arts council President Mary Dahlsten said members want to convince county supervisors and other elected officials that losing the only public gallery in the northeast San Fernando Valley would leave no other place for rotating exhibits and student art programs.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 12, 1993 | CARMEN VALENCIA
Members of the Northeast Valley Arts Council are mounting a letter-writing campaign to keep the Century Gallery at Veterans Memorial Park in Sylmar from closing if budget cuts force the closure of 72 parks this summer. Arts council President Mary Dahlsten said members want to convince county supervisors and other elected officials that losing the only public gallery in the northeast San Fernando Valley would leave no other place for rotating exhibits and student art programs.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 8, 1992 | JOHN SCHWADA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday approved studying the feasibility of levying a one-time fee on developers to fund new fire and library facilities in Sylmar, the city's fastest growing community in the 1980s. The study is needed because Sylmar's booming population has outstripped local city services, rendering them deficient, according to Councilman Ernani Bernardi. "This area is badly in need of new public facilities," he said Tuesday.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 8, 1995 | TIM MAY
The Sylmar branch of the Los Angeles Public Library will present a program to honor and aid Native Americans in recognition of Native American Month. Brian Brightcloud, an Apache nation member who runs a nonprofit food and clothing distribution agency serving Native Americans on reservations across North America, will speak at the program. Brightcloud will speak about how Apaches once lived, focusing on the lives of Apache children, and the changes in the lives of Native Americans of all tribes.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 23, 1992 | JOHN SCHWADA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A stalemate in real estate negotiations makes it unlikely that the Sylmar rail station will be open by the scheduled Oct. 26 inauguration of the Metrolink line, Los Angeles city officials said. "We are assuming it won't be open by then," said James Okazaki, a senior official in the city's Department of Transportation. Hanging up construction at the 5.8-acre station property between Hubbard and Sayre streets is a dispute over the price of the land, owned by the Friedman Bros. Investment Co.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 8, 1992 | JOHN SCHWADA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Los Angeles City Council on Tuesday approved studying the feasibility of levying a one-time fee on developers to fund new fire and library facilities in Sylmar, the city's fastest growing community in the 1980s. The study is needed because Sylmar's booming population has outstripped local city services, rendering them deficient, according to Councilman Ernani Bernardi. "This area is badly in need of new public facilities," he said Tuesday.
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