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November 3, 1999 | MARISSA ESPINO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Orange residents from 4,000 households will have to trade in their metal and plastic trash cans in the next two months during a trial run for a new three-cart trash service provided by the city. The city will be implementing a pilot run Nov. 29 and Dec. 6 and plans to have all 28,000 homes served by March. Trash routes will have to be modified for 4,200 households, and 1,100 households will be affected by street-sweeping changes.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 3, 1999 | MARISSA ESPINO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Orange residents from 4,000 households will have to trade in their metal and plastic trash cans in the next two months during a trial run for a new three-cart trash service provided by the city. The city will be implementing a pilot run Nov. 29 and Dec. 6 and plans to have all 28,000 homes served by March. Trash routes will have to be modified for 4,200 households, and 1,100 households will be affected by street-sweeping changes.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 6, 1999 | Crystal Carreon, (714) 966-7835
The City Council recently approved a $3,025 contract change with Highlight Electric Inc., the Riverside-based company in charge of the Old Towne street lighting project. Instead of having the two existing 13-foot poles at Chapman Avenue and Center Street removed, as was originally proposed, officials have decided to relocate them to complement the lighting provided by four new steel poles. Outdated lighting systems throughout Old Towne will eventually be replaced through the project.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 6, 1999 | Crystal Carreon, (714) 966-7835
The City Council recently approved a $3,025 contract change with Highlight Electric Inc., the Riverside-based company in charge of the Old Towne street lighting project. Instead of having the two existing 13-foot poles at Chapman Avenue and Center Street removed, as was originally proposed, officials have decided to relocate them to complement the lighting provided by four new steel poles. Outdated lighting systems throughout Old Towne will eventually be replaced through the project.
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