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STADIUM FINANCING COULD HAMPER RECOVER OF THE LOCAL ECONOMY
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STADIUM FINANCING COULD HAMPER RECOVER OF THE LOCAL ECONOMY »

July 13, 1991

By Yolanda Reynolds

California residents will have less discretionary money after the State, County and cities balance their 1991-1992 budgets.

FIRST HOTELS – NOW THE ARENA: REDEVELOPMENT DEBT GROWS
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FIRST HOTELS – NOW THE ARENA: REDEVELOPMENT DEBT GROWS »

WILL THE STADIUM BE ADDED TO THE LIST?

July 6, 1991

By Yolanda Reynolds

On Tuesday afternoon the San Jose City Council voted

SAN JOSE CITY COUNCIL RECENTLY APPROVED HISTORIC ART
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ADVISORY COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATIONS

July 3, 1991

By Yolanda Reynolds

After months of meetings. The Historic Arts Advisory Committee (HAAC) has completed its work.

THE TOXIC CLEAN UP IN ALVISO IS SLOWLY MOVING FORWARD
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THE TOXIC CLEAN UP IN ALVISO IS SLOWLY MOVING FORWARD »

June 26. 1991

By Yolanda Reynolds

The Organizacion de la Comunidad de Alviso. OCA, has unrelenting, worked to bring better living conditions for

MAYOR SUSAN HAMMER MEETS WITH PACT, SERIOUS PROBLEMS REMAIN
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MAYOR SUSAN HAMMER MEETS WITH PACT, SERIOUS PROBLEMS REMAIN »

June 7, 1991

By Yolanda Reynolds

PACT (People Acting Together in Community), a church-community federation representing over 25,000 families in San Jose, held

MAINLINE PRESS FAILS TO RECOGNIZE HISPANIC ACCOMPLISHMENTS
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MAINLINE PRESS FAILS TO RECOGNIZE HISPANIC ACCOMPLISHMENTS »

May 10, 1991

By Yolanda Reynolds

In today’s issue of La Oferta Review our readers will find excerpts from an article prepared for

CINCO DE MAYO CELEBRATION BRINGS THOUSANDS TO DOWNTOWN SAN JOSE
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CINCO DE MAYO CELEBRATION BRINGS THOUSANDS TO DOWNTOWN SAN JOSE »

May 10, 1991

By Yolanda Reynolds

The Jose Cinco de Mayo celebration, coordinated by the San Jose G.I. Forum this past weekend, was

CALIFORNIA’S FUTURE IS DEPENDENT UPON EDUCATION, TRANSPORTATION,
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HOUSING, AND GOVERNMENTAL POLICIES

May 3, 1991

By Yolanda Reynolds

Last Friday, U.S. Congressman Norman Mineta served as chairman of a daylong conference

THE SAN JOSE CITY COUNCIL DENIED SAN JOSE VETERANS
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REQUEST FOR HONOR ON NEW CONVENTION CENTER RENAMING

April 19, 1991

By Yolanda Reynolds

On the night of April 16 at the San

S.J. CITY COUNCIL TO DECIDE ON RENAMING NEW CONVENTION CENTER
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S.J. CITY COUNCIL TO DECIDE ON RENAMING NEW CONVENTION CENTER »

COUNCIL MAY  HONOR VETERANS, A WOMAN, FORMER MAYOR TOM McENERY OR LEAVE NAME AS IS, “SAN JOSE’

April 16, 1991

By Yolanda Reynolds