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Byline: Janice Rombeck
Aug. 18--Besides helping people to stop smoking, San Jose's share of tobacco settlement funds could build a school-based health center, increase gang-intervention programs and feed senior citizens.
The San Jose City Council wants public reaction as it considers ways to spend $18.9 million over the next two years in money from a nationwide settlement of lawsuits against tobacco companies.
The first of four hearings on the Healthy Neighborhoods Venture Fund will be 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Saturday at the Shirakawa Community Center.
California expects to receive about $23.9 billion over the next 25 years. Santa Clara County's …