Mary Phillips Senior Center generator added to City of Temecula capital projects

The City of Temecula added an emergency generator for the Mary Phillips Senior Center to the city’s five-year Capital Improvement Program. A 5-0 Temecula City Council vote May 11 amended the Fiscal Year 2021-2025 Capital Improvement Program to add the generator at the senior center and appropriated $205,000 for the project. A state grant will account for $185,000 of the cost while Measure S sales tax revenue will fund the other $20,000. The Mary Phillips Senior Center on Sixth Street has a library, an auditorium with a stage, two meeting rooms, a crafts room, four pool tables, classrooms and computers with internet access. The electrical generator will allow for electrical services in the event of a natural disaster, an unplanned outage, or if a public safety power shut-off disrupt
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