The city’s community redevelopment agency faces a steady parade of groups requesting financial help with marches, rallies and concerts. Its board has decided it can’t help everyone.
It voted 7-0 at Wednesday’s meeting to establish a policy for when it gives money. It also voted to set aside $5,000 more for the rest of the 2012-2013 budget year, through September, for special event grants.
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