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January 2, 1992 | LESLIE HERZOG
After lengthy debates and delays, heavy equipment will finally move in this week to dig up East Coast Highway in downtown Corona del Mar. For more than two years, residents and merchants in the Newport Beach community have dreaded the start of two construction projects that will tunnel through the business district.
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March 6, 1998 | PHIL DAVIS
Some blue gum eucalyptus trees in Corona del Mar are so old and riddled with disease that city officials declared them a danger and ordered them cut down immediately. Mike Pisani, deputy general services director, said the 10 trees slated for removal this week are suffering from rot severe enough to pose a danger of toppling on 4th Avenue. Two other trees were removed a few weeks ago. The trees were planted about 70 years ago and are about 50 feet tall. "Trees are like humans.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 15, 1995 | HOLLY J. WAGNER
A plan to take utility lines underground has angered a handful of Corona del Mar residents who say they are being asked to pay too much for too little. A 1913 law authorizes cities to form assessment districts with approval of half the property owners in the proposed district. It states that owners should bear the cost of improvements in proportion to each's benefit. The district at issue is bounded by Seaview, Goldenrod and Fernleaf avenues and Bay View Drive.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 15, 1995 | HOLLY J. WAGNER
A plan to take utility lines underground has angered a handful of Corona del Mar residents who say they are being asked to pay too much for too little. A 1913 law authorizes cities to form assessment districts with approval of half the property owners in the proposed district. It states that owners should bear the cost of improvements in proportion to each's benefit. The district at issue is bounded by Seaview, Goldenrod and Fernleaf avenues and Bay View Drive.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 5, 1993 | SHELBY GRAD
Money may not grow on trees, but some Corona del Mar merchants hope the planting of evergreens along the East Coast Highway median will provide an economic and spiritual boost to the quaint shopping district. "We are trying to lift people's spirits during this long recession," said Patty McDonald of the Corona del Mar Chamber of Commerce. "It gives people something nice to look at as they come . . . through our area. Hopefully, it will help spark the economy."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 6, 1998 | PHIL DAVIS
Some blue gum eucalyptus trees in Corona del Mar are so old and riddled with disease that city officials declared them a danger and ordered them cut down immediately. Mike Pisani, deputy general services director, said the 10 trees slated for removal this week are suffering from rot severe enough to pose a danger of toppling on 4th Avenue. Two other trees were removed a few weeks ago. The trees were planted about 70 years ago and are about 50 feet tall. "Trees are like humans.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 5, 1993 | SHELBY GRAD
Money may not grow on trees, but some Corona del Mar merchants hope the planting of evergreens along the East Coast Highway median will provide an economic and spiritual boost to the quaint shopping district. "We are trying to lift people's spirits during this long recession," said Patty McDonald of the Corona del Mar Chamber of Commerce. "It gives people something nice to look at as they come . . . through our area. Hopefully, it will help spark the economy."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 2, 1992 | LESLIE HERZOG
After lengthy debates and delays, heavy equipment will finally move in this week to dig up East Coast Highway in downtown Corona del Mar. For more than two years, residents and merchants in the Newport Beach community have dreaded the start of two construction projects that will tunnel through the business district.
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