CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 20, 1990
Cities, businesses and individuals who suffered losses in the Feb. 28 Upland earthquake will be offered grants and loans to repair the damage, Richard Andrews, deputy director of the state Office of Emergency Services, said Monday. Andrews outlined the aid available at a meeting of public officials at Claremont City Hall. He said the state estimates the quake damage at $10.4 million, including $1.2 million to public facilities, $2.5 million to businesses and $6.