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Santa Ana

March 22, 2000|Chris Ceballos, (714) 966-7440

The City Council on Monday approved a zoning change designed to revitalize South Main Street, between Walnut Street and just north of Warner Avenue. Dubbing the area the South Main Street Commercial District, the zoning changes will ease restrictions on permitted uses, parking and signage, and will encourage businesses to keep buildings close to the street and public sidewalk.

But the zoning changes will prohibit churches, medical clinics and offices, mortuaries, auto repair and service stations, and will require conditional-use permits for 24-hour restaurants.

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