Santa Monica

Since 1976, the city has been considering a multiservice center to consolidate many of the agencies serving senior citizens, and on Tuesday, the City Council approved an application for $750,000 in State Senior Center Bond Act funds.

The facility would cost $3.22 million, according to City Manager John Jalili. The city would use $1.6 million from the general fund and $650,000 in Community Development Block Grant funds in addition to the grant.

The city is proposing building the center on a city-owned parking lot on 4th Street between Broadway and Colorado Ave.

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