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November 4, 1998
After six years of haggling among planners, builders and environmentalists, a controversial hillside development of more than 1,700 homes won approval from the Los Angeles Regional Planning Commission. The commission's 4 to 1 approval Monday will move the proposed Westridge development to the county Board of Supervisors for final consideration in March. Local environmentalists vowed Tuesday to continue to fight the project. Officials of the Newhall Land and Farming Co.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 4, 1998
After six years of haggling among planners, builders and environmentalists, a controversial hillside development of more than 1,700 homes won approval from the Los Angeles Regional Planning Commission. The commission's 4 to 1 approval Monday will move the proposed Westridge development to the county Board of Supervisors for final consideration in March. Local environmentalists vowed Tuesday to continue to fight the project. Officials of the Newhall Land and Farming Co.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 4, 1998 | MICHAEL BAKER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
After six years of haggling between planners, builders and environmentalists, a hillside development of just more than 1,700 homes won approval from the Los Angeles Regional Planning Commission. The commission's 4-to-1 vote Monday sets the stage for the Newhall Land and Farming Co.'s Westridge development to come before the county Board of Supervisors in March for final approval.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 4, 1998 | MICHAEL BAKER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
After six years of haggling between planners, builders and environmentalists, a hillside development of just more than 1,700 homes won approval from the Los Angeles Regional Planning Commission. The commission's 4-to-1 vote Monday sets the stage for the Newhall Land and Farming Co.'s Westridge development to come before the county Board of Supervisors in March for final approval.
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