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Much Work Left in Diamond Bar

February 14, 1991

There is still a lot of work to be done in making Diamond Bar a full-fledged city, responsive to community needs.

Some of the issues that will determine Diamond Bar's future development include traffic, maintaining a sense of country, signs, hillside ordinances, a Diamond Bar Community Center, expansion of city boundaries, an environmental "say-so" over neighboring industrial zones, expanded parks, youth and senior programs, transportation, continued quality education for our children, and protecting our homes and families.

As a planning commissioner and city founder, I have tried to bring these and other issues to the forefront for public debate and discussion.

There is a lot going on, and Diamond Bar deserves a government with the consent of its citizens.

I invite interested citizens to call me at home--(714) 861-0161--and let's talk about the issues and your involvement, if you want.

We all want a better Diamond Bar, and the only way that we are going to get it is through communitywide involvement.


Vice Chairman

Diamond Bar Planning Commission

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