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Refuse-to-Energy plant ceremony
City of Commerce
City of Commerce
Date Created and/or Issued
1982 May 14
Publication Information
City of Commerce Public Library
Contributing Institution
City of Commerce Public Library
City of Commerce Local History Digital Resources Collection
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City of Commerce
City of Commerce Public Library, 5655 Jillson Street, Commerce, CA 90040, 323-722-6660, referencel @ ci . commerce . ca . us (remove spaces in e-mail address)
Copyright 1982, City of Commerce
Commerce city employees and government officials at the groundbreaking ceremony of the proposed refuse-to-energy plant. They are holding a huge check payable to the City of Commerce by the State Solid Waste Management Board. From l. to r.: unknown, unknown, congressman Matthew "Marty" Martinez, government official Art Torres, Terry Trumball, councilmember Richard Vasquez, councilmember Michael V. Guerra, councilmember Robert Eula.
Photographic print ; 17 x 25 cm.
Martinez, Matthew "Marty
Torres, Art
Trumball, Terry
Vasquez, Richard
Guerra, Michael V
Eula, Robert
City of Commerce (Calif.)
Municipal officials and employees
Rites and ceremonies
Solid waste management
Refuse disposal facilities
Sheila Street

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