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One of the reunification decisions is whether to include or omit proposed side streets.
If we had the same auto fatality rate today that we had in 1921, by my calculations we would have 715,000 Americans dying annually in vehicle accidents.
After 18 years of deliberation, it’s time to move forward on reuniting Old Courthouse Square.
More than 18,700 Americans of Japanese descent were imprisoned here during World War II.
No one debates the need that many public agencies, including schools, have for seeking additional revenue. But how much is too much?
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