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January 16, 1989
The 1989 edition of the "Existing Bikeways" map has been released by Orange County's Environmental Management Agency. The map costs $1.62 and is available at Room 219 in the County Engineering Building near Broadway and Civic Center Drive West. For information, contact the Orange County Transportation Planning Division at (714) 834-3111.
January 14, 1985
H.G. (George) Osborne has returned to county government. Osborne, the first director of the county's giant Environmental Management Agency until his retirement in 1980, was recently appointed to the county Planning Commission by Supervisor Bruce Nestande. Osborne, now a private consultant and executive director of the Santa Ana River Flood Protection Agency, replaces Charlotte Mousel as the commission's 3rd District representative.
August 25, 1986 | Maria L. La Ganga \f7
The City of Anaheim and 15 organizations have been honored by the Orange County Transportation Commission for promoting programs that ease traffic congestion, save time and gasoline and reduce air pollution. Anaheim received the Transportation Partnership Award for creating the position of transportation event coordinator, which links all major hotels, recreational facilities and convention areas within the city to coordinate efforts when major events occur.
February 5, 1990
Oil believed to have come from a leaking underground pipeline spilled into a flood control channel Sunday, south of Cerritos Avenue and east of the San Gabriel River Freeway. The spill was reported to police about 9 a.m. The Orange County Fire Department, federal Environmental Protection Agency and the Orange County Environmental Management Agency went to the scene to assess the spill and oversee cleanup operations. Police said there are numerous oil pipelines in the area of the spill.
May 9, 1987
Robert F. Wingard, who went to work for Orange County in 1963 as an associate civil engineer in the Harbor Department, was named Friday as the county's new director of parks and recreation. Wingard, 54, said he expects to take the job "fairly soon," after finishing several jobs in his present post as program planning manager in the Parks and Recreation Division of the county Environmental Management Agency.
July 8, 1988 | Clipboard researched by Henry Rivero / Los Angeles Times. Page designed by Doris Shields / Los Angeles Times
1. STREET OF THE GOLDEN LANTERN: about 42 miles Begins in Dana Point and goes north becoming, successively, Moulton Parkway, Irvine Center Drive and Edinger Avenue. Ends in Huntington Beach, just short of Huntington Harbour. 2. KATELLA AVENUE: about 41.7 miles Begins at the Los Angeles/Orange counties border and goes east to Villa Park, where it becomes Villa Park Road, then Santiago Canyon Road and, finally, El Toro Road. Ends at Laguna Canyon Road. 3. LA PALMA AVENUE: about 23.
January 30, 1995 | HOLLY J. WAGNER
Orange County's Planning Commission will hold a public hearing Thursday to consider an Irvine Co. plan that would update plans for 96 homes and 454 condominiums and apartments, replacing it with a proposal that would provide for 245 homes. The site is the Irvine Coast development, on the west side of Newport Coast Drive between Pelican Hill Road and North Pelican Hill Road.
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