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August 31, 1999 | Susan McCormack, (714) 966-5879
After almost four months, the fate of a 90-year-old eucalyptus tree on Mesa Drive has been decided. The City Council voted last week to remove some of the pavement near the tree's roots, which have caused buckling along the residential street and caused a potential safety hazard. The pavement will be restored in such a way that it will not interfere with the tree's growth. The council will pay the approximately $1,500 for the work and will also install a "road narrows" sign.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 31, 1999 | Susan McCormack, (714) 966-5879
After almost four months, the fate of a 90-year-old eucalyptus tree on Mesa Drive has been decided. The City Council voted last week to remove some of the pavement near the tree's roots, which have caused buckling along the residential street and caused a potential safety hazard. The pavement will be restored in such a way that it will not interfere with the tree's growth. The council will pay the approximately $1,500 for the work and will also install a "road narrows" sign.
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November 9, 1998 | Debra Cano, (714) 564-1036
An effort to preserve and restore 72-year-old buildings at Villa Park Elementary School could cost up to $1.4 million, according to a new report. Orange Unified School District trustees recently hired an architect and structural engineer to review the buildings' structural integrity. The report estimated a cost of about $1.4 million to bring eight classrooms in the buildings up to code, and about $1.2 million for five classrooms.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 9, 1998 | Debra Cano, (714) 564-1036
An effort to preserve and restore 72-year-old buildings at Villa Park Elementary School could cost up to $1.4 million, according to a new report. Orange Unified School District trustees recently hired an architect and structural engineer to review the buildings' structural integrity. The report estimated a cost of about $1.4 million to bring eight classrooms in the buildings up to code, and about $1.2 million for five classrooms.
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