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June 8, 1999
Citing an annual deficit of $450,000, Ventura County's chief executive has proposed closing, selling or leasing seven county-owned parks as a long-term solution to a severe drain on the budget. Chief Administrative Officer Lin Koester's preliminary $956-million spending plan for fiscal 1999-2000 does not include funding to operate and maintain the county's 27 parks.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 8, 1999
Citing an annual deficit of $450,000, Ventura County's chief executive has proposed closing, selling or leasing seven county-owned parks as a long-term solution to a severe drain on the budget. Chief Administrative Officer Lin Koester's preliminary $956-million spending plan for fiscal 1999-2000 does not include funding to operate and maintain the county's 27 parks.
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