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June 10, 1995 | ED BOND
In its first year, the Encino Farmers' Market has brought more than fresh fruits and vegetables to Victory Boulevard in Van Nuys. It also has brought a new awareness of a group that helps the elderly to the thousand or more people who visit the area on a typical Sunday. "We see it as a success in terms that it has brought more attention to O.N.E.," said Susan Beckman, manager of the farmers market. O.N.E.
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September 13, 1991 | AARON CURTISS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Despite objections from Encino homeowners, Los Angeles planning commissioners on Thursday approved a proposal to build 188 luxury apartments on the former site of Rancho Los Encinos Hospital after the developer agreed to also construct affordable housing. Homeowners, fearing their quiet neighborhood of million-dollar homes will be disrupted by transient renters, wanted the project at 5333 Balboa Blvd. restricted to 122 units.
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January 13, 1992 | MAYERENE BARKER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The most heavily used city park in the San Fernando Valley will soon have a new gym-recreation building. Workers are putting the finishing touches on the 17,000-square-foot facility to serve the 80-acre Balboa Sports Center in Encino. But the $2.5-million building is not expected to open until spring because a city hiring freeze has made it difficult to staff, according to the Los Angeles Recreation and Parks Department.
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July 22, 1993 | SCOTT GLOVER
Despite protests by homeowner groups and businesses, the Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday approved a Burger King drive-through restaurant proposed for Gloria Avenue and Ventura Boulevard in Encino. The council voted 11 to 1 to make an exception to local zoning ordinances, allowing the restaurant to operate a drive-through window in one of five areas designated for pedestrian activity under the Ventura Boulevard Specific Plan.
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September 2, 1993 | SCOTT GLOVER
A huge hole in the ground dubbed "Lake Hayvenhurst" could soon be a thing of the past. A developer announced plans Wednesday to build a 95,000-square-foot shopping center on the site of a 3-year-old crater at Hayvenhurst Avenue and Ventura Boulevard that has been the target of off-and-on-again development plans. "We signed the deal this morning," said developer Rick Caruso of Caruso Affiliated Holdings.
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