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December 7, 1990 | LISA MASCARO
Responding to complaints about a proliferation of bars and nightclubs on Brookhurst Street, the City Council has refused to give the owner of a gay club a permit to sell beer and wine. But Mark Kromka, owner of the Sure Shot, which is moving from Euclid Street to Brookhurst, vowed to open the club without alcohol. "I feel this is discrimination," said Kromka, who already has a dinner-dancing permit for the new location.
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July 20, 2001 | From Times Staff Reports
An offbeat co-op art gallery that recently won its bid to stay in Anaheim will celebrate the city's approval with an improvisational concert tonight. Last month, the City Council granted AAA Electra 99 the conditional-use permit to operate, overturning a decision by the Planning Commission. The gallery accepts any art from people who pay a small fee to rent wall space. It also serves as a meeting hall and performance center for bands, poets and other artists.
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September 15, 1998 | DEBRA CANO
Owners of pot-bellied pigs will be able to keep their pet porkers at home legally if the City Council today decides to adopt new regulations for the animals. The issue moved to the council after code-enforcement officers in June responded to a complaint about the odor of a pig owned by Cher Houston. Officers ordered Houston to remove her pet pig, Mu Shu, from her single-family home, citing a city code that prohibits pigs and other farm animals on properties smaller than an acre.
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June 20, 2001 | KIMI YOSHINO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
An offbeat Anaheim art gallery Tuesday won its bid to stay open in an industrial zone. Overturning a ruling by the Planning Commission, the City Council voted unanimously to grant the co-op gallery's request for a permit to operate in a small warehouse, even though planners had said it is not consistent with the city's redevelopment plan.
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January 3, 1990 | MARK LANDSBAUM
An opponent of the city's proposed $85-million indoor sports arena said Tuesday that he will try to halt the project by circulating a petition to force the issue onto the ballot. However, Mayor Fred Hunter, a chief proponent of the 20,000-seat facility, said he is unconcerned with the threatened referendum, which comes on the heels of the City Council's rezoning of property last week for the arena northeast of Anaheim Stadium.
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January 25, 2000 | JUDY SILBER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A debate has begun among Anaheim elected officials about what to do with the numerous low-end motels in West Anaheim. The question of whether to reinstate an operating permit for the Rainbow Inn motel on Beach Boulevard sparked a lively debate two weeks ago on the subject. And tonight, with a public hearing on revocation of the Seville Inn's permit, the council will probably debate the issue again.
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June 20, 2000 | Judy Silber, (714) 966-5988
A zoning restriction has stalled plans to build a 46-unit affordable housing development in west Anaheim, but developers say they've far from given up on the project. Nonprofit developer Mercy Charities Housing California says it won't turn away from trying to alleviate a shortage of affordable housing in Anaheim. The restriction may prevent the planned construction of 2-, 3- and 4-bedroom townhomes on a 1.9-acre Lincoln Avenue empty lot because it prohibits building more than 13 units per acre.
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January 10, 1996 | GREG HERNANDEZ
Hoping to revitalize the mostly industrial district around Anaheim Stadium, the City Council on Tuesday hired an Irvine consulting group to create a master plan for 807 acres of the area. The council agreed to pay $337,844 to Spectrum Group, the same consultants who dreamed up a proposed sports, retail and entertainment complex called Sportstown Anaheim, unveiled by the city last week.
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August 11, 1995 | ALAN EYERLY
The City Council has delayed action for two weeks on a proposal to adopt zoning and development standards that will guide the future growth of northeast Anaheim. The 2,645-acre area is able to accommodate 7 million square feet of additional commercial and industrial development, representing a substantial source of potential tax revenue for the city. The area is bounded by the Riverside and Orange freeways, Orangethorpe Avenue and Imperial Highway.
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December 19, 1994 | GREG HERNANDEZ
The City Council on Tuesday will revisit a proposed series of fee hikes at the two municipal golf courses and will also again discuss ways to deal with the proliferation of yard sales throughout the city. Two weeks ago, the council postponed voting on the golf fee hikes, which were proposed to make the H.G. (Dad) Miller and Anaheim Hills golf courses more profitable. Under the new rates, the golf courses would charge weekend rates on Fridays and double weekend tournament fees to $10.
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May 14, 2001 | KIMI YOSHINO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
You might not find the next Picasso here. This is a place for the Starving Poets, the neighborhood Juggling School, monthly meetings of the Frank Zappa Fan Club. It's a place where wannabe artists--some admittedly bad--show their work. Those artists say it's the only forum they have in Orange County. But even this co-op art museum and gallery, AAA Electra 99, soon might disappear. After a three-year stay in Newport Beach, the gallery was forced to move to make room for a parking lot.
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July 13, 2000 | JUDY SILBER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Scores of parishioners from the St. Verena Coptic Orthodox Christian Church left Anaheim's City Council chambers disappointed Tuesday night after the council denied them a permit to build a new church. In the 3-2 vote, council members said they were worried that the proposed church and assembly hall at Vermont Avenue and State College Boulevard did not include enough parking. "My concern is: What's going to happen as the church grows?"
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June 20, 2000 | Judy Silber, (714) 966-5988
A zoning restriction has stalled plans to build a 46-unit affordable housing development in west Anaheim, but developers say they've far from given up on the project. Nonprofit developer Mercy Charities Housing California says it won't turn away from trying to alleviate a shortage of affordable housing in Anaheim. The restriction may prevent the planned construction of 2-, 3- and 4-bedroom townhomes on a 1.9-acre Lincoln Avenue empty lot because it prohibits building more than 13 units per acre.
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January 25, 2000 | JUDY SILBER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A debate has begun among Anaheim elected officials about what to do with the numerous low-end motels in West Anaheim. The question of whether to reinstate an operating permit for the Rainbow Inn motel on Beach Boulevard sparked a lively debate two weeks ago on the subject. And tonight, with a public hearing on revocation of the Seville Inn's permit, the council will probably debate the issue again.
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November 30, 1999 | JUDY SILBER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Critics plan to appeal the Planning Commission's vote earlier this month to allow a self-storage facility to open on Knott Avenue. "We do not want storage units in West Anaheim," said Esther Wallace, chairwoman of WAND, the West Anaheim Neighborhood Development Council, an organization that successfully fought the building of three other self-storage facilities in West Anaheim.
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August 14, 1990 | LISA MASCARO
After months of delay, the Anaheim City Council tonight is scheduled to give final approval to ordinances that would establish new design guidelines and zone changes for the commercial recreation area around Disneyland and the Anaheim Convention Center. The changes are the result of more than a year of study by city officials seeking to renovate the aged tourist area and make it more appealing for continued growth.
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July 9, 1991 | LISA MASCARO
The City Council will hold a public hearing today to discuss a proposed child-care facility in a residential neighborhood in Anaheim Hills. The site in the Del Giorgio-Stone Creek area would serve up to 240 children and would include a preschool. The school is proposed for a 1.2-acre lot at the intersection of Mohler Drive and Santa Ana Canyon Road, where a single-family home would be removed to make way for the project. The Planning Commission has denied the project proposed for 111 S.
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