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October 26, 1993 | LEN HALL
The fate of the 28-year-old independent Capistrano Bay Park and Recreation District will be the topic of a special public meeting Wednesday night. The five-member elected district board will listen to public comment and then make a historic vote on whether the district should merge with the city. Because of recent budget cuts imposed on the district by the state, a county official has recommended the merger.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 26, 1993 | LEN HALL
The fate of the 28-year-old independent Capistrano Bay Park and Recreation District will be the topic of a special public meeting Wednesday night. The five-member elected district board will listen to public comment and then make a historic vote on whether the district should merge with the city. Because of recent budget cuts imposed on the district by the state, a county official has recommended the merger.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 3, 1991 | LESLIE EARNEST
The city suffered another defeat in its attempt to reclaim a valuable 1.5-mile stretch of coastline when an appellate court ruled this week that the posh community of Monarch Beach was rightly placed within boundaries that are now part of Dana Point. The 4th District Court of Appeal upheld a 1988 decision by the county's Local Agency Formation Commission that transferred the coastal land from the Laguna Niguel Community Services District to Capistrano Bay Park and Recreation District.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 15, 1993 | LEN HALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
This could become the third city in South County to test whether a two-thirds majority of voters would be willing to tax themselves to buy land for open space. In this case, it's one of the prime pieces of coastal real estate left in Southern California. With a massive development proposed for the Headlands, a 125-acre promontory overlooking Dana Point Harbor, city officials are considering a local bond measure to buy a portion--perhaps all--of the property.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 6, 1991 | LESLIE EARNEST
Rejecting a recent court decision that Monarch Beach should be part of Dana Point, the city of Laguna Niguel has decided to continue its effort to control the valuable strip of coastline by appealing to the state Supreme Court. The boundaries of the 1.5-mile strip, historically part of the Laguna Niguel community, were redrawn by the Local Agency Formation Commission after Monarch Beach residents voted in 1987 to become a part of Dana Point when it incorporated.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 16, 1990
A state court of appeals in Santa Ana upheld Friday a Local Agency Formation Commission decision that gave a 1.5-mile stretch of prime beachfront to Dana Point in 1988, according to the mayor of Dana Point. The LAFCO ruling was challenged in court by Laguna Niguel, which asked for the 850-acre section of expensive oceanfront homes known as Monarch Bay to be included within its city boundaries. "It's great to get this behind us," Mayor Eileen Krause said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 15, 1993 | LEN HALL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
This could become the third city in South County to test whether a two-thirds majority of voters would be willing to tax themselves to buy land for open space. In this case, it's one of the prime pieces of coastal real estate left in Southern California. With a massive development proposed for the Headlands, a 125-acre promontory overlooking Dana Point Harbor, city officials are considering a local bond measure to buy a portion--perhaps all--of the property.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 6, 1991 | LESLIE EARNEST
Rejecting a recent court decision that Monarch Beach should be part of Dana Point, the city of Laguna Niguel has decided to continue its effort to control the valuable strip of coastline by appealing to the state Supreme Court. The boundaries of the 1.5-mile strip, historically part of the Laguna Niguel community, were redrawn by the Local Agency Formation Commission after Monarch Beach residents voted in 1987 to become a part of Dana Point when it incorporated.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 3, 1991 | LESLIE EARNEST
The city suffered another defeat in its attempt to reclaim a valuable 1.5-mile stretch of coastline when an appellate court ruled this week that the posh community of Monarch Beach was rightly placed within boundaries that are now part of Dana Point. The 4th District Court of Appeal upheld a 1988 decision by the county's Local Agency Formation Commission that transferred the coastal land from the Laguna Niguel Community Services District to Capistrano Bay Park and Recreation District.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 16, 1990
A state court of appeals in Santa Ana upheld Friday a Local Agency Formation Commission decision that gave a 1.5-mile stretch of prime beachfront to Dana Point in 1988, according to the mayor of Dana Point. The LAFCO ruling was challenged in court by Laguna Niguel, which asked for the 850-acre section of expensive oceanfront homes known as Monarch Bay to be included within its city boundaries. "It's great to get this behind us," Mayor Eileen Krause said.
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