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Westside Digest

Santa Monica

September 12, 1985

The Planning Commission on Monday turned down plans for a two-story, 44,476-square-foot commercial center at 625 Montana Ave.

The commission found that the building, one-fourth of which would have encroached on land zoned for residential use, was out of scale with the neighborhood. Seventeen area residents spoke against the project, saying that the community did not need 20 new stores and that the center would have generated too much traffic.

The commercial center would have been the largest on Montana Avenue.

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