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Chula Vista Adopts the Mills Act

The Chula Vista City Council formally adopted the Mills Act May 29. The council voiced their support citing the need to preserve historic homes. The successful historic home tour by the Chula Vista Historical Society during National Preservation week, helped to bring more attention to the need for the program. Ok, National City, all eyes are on you now. With more historic homes than any other city in the county, you need to get on board with the Mills Act.

2001 - Volume 32, Issue 2

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