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1986 Media Archives

City of La Mesa

La Mesa council cuts hours at noisy Harry Griffen Park   11/26/86

La Mesa re-elects Mayor Fred Nagel, two others  11/6/86

Redevelopment sparks debate in La Mesa races10/31/86

Police want to cut ambulance service   8/25/86

2 La Mesa area elections warming up  8/9/86

La Mesa council OKs apartment plan on Amaya Drive   7/30/86

Cultural arts program approved   6/27/86

Madrid accuses Lopez of racial slur, asks apology, possible resignation6/12/86

La Mesa donating $3,000 to prepare new AIDS facility   5/14/86

La Mesa rejects bid to impose developer fee to build schools   3/12/86

Nagel eyes a repeat of rosy ’85   2/12/86

La Mesa to bar toxin producers 1/29/86

La Mesa gets toxics plant to relocate   1/24/86

Local Schools

Parents in GUHSD back school border changes   12/12/86

Helix Water District

Grossmont Healthcare District

Grossmont Hospital joins in national health plan   10/29/86

Other Agencies

East County trolley project to start with ground breaking, sigh of relief   11/15/86

E. County cities loan $1 million for trolley line   10/15/86

$37M in Federal funds to finance trolly line to El Cajon   9/4/86


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