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January 26, 1990 | JACK CHEEVERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a sunny office overlooking the Malibu coast, a serious-faced young woman named Esther Feldman is quietly helping hatch a political game plan she hopes will result in voters passing what is apparently the biggest bond measure in Los Angeles County history.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 26, 1990 | JACK CHEEVERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a sunny office overlooking the Malibu coast, a serious-faced young woman named Esther Feldman is quietly helping hatch a political game plan she hopes will result in voters passing what is apparently the biggest bond measure in Los Angeles County history.
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November 13, 2001 | From Times Staff Reports
A survey of county residents found 75% support for creation of a land-conservation district but a nearly even split on how to pay for it. The September survey of 620 residents was commissioned by the county Board of Supervisors to gauge support for a taxing district that would buy undeveloped land for permanent preservation.
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August 31, 2000 | JEAN GUCCIONE
A longtime teacher and Calabasas area community activist was nominated Wednesday to the Los Angeles County Regional Planning Commission. Harold "Hal" Helsley, who has lived in the Cold Creek community in the Santa Monica Mountains for 30 years, was named as Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky's choice for the commission. His nomination is subject to review by the county Board of Supervisors, which is scheduled to vote on it next week.
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April 15, 1999 | AGNES DIGGS
The decision to extend the life of a clothing-optional resort has been postponed until May 19 while the group devises a plan to meet a series of conditions. The Los Angeles County Regional Planning Commission ordered Elysium Institute Inc. to submit a plan for an exit strategy for the facility in the event of fire. Also, an emergency fire evacuation plan must be posted on the site and given to all members. The plans must be approved by the county Fire Department.
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June 21, 2001 | JOE MOZINGO, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The state energy commissioner who presided over public hearings at which hundreds of people angrily opposed a proposed power plant in the Baldwin Hills said Wednesday night he will recommend that his panel reject the project. The 40-page statement issued by Commissioner Robert Pernell concludes that the power plant could not pass muster with air quality officials. The Energy Commission is scheduled to make a final decision on the plant in Sacramento on Friday.
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September 13, 1994
After reading the article, "Velthoen Says His Image Was Damaged," Sept. 1, I came to the conclusion that this whole thing is much ado about nothing. People say many things in jest not meaning them to be taken seriously, and this seems to be one of those times. But if Port Hueneme council member Toni Young's comments are to be taken seriously, then I think City Manager Dick Velthoen should look to himself for unfavorable comments he has made about Ms. Young--and certainly he owes her an apology for the way he treats her during council meetings.
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June 1, 2000 | ANNETTE KONDO
The Los Angeles County Regional Planning Commission on Wednesday turned down a developer's plan to build 11 homes on a 108-acre parcel north of Kanan Road in the shadow of Ladyface Mountain. Citing concerns about significant grading and the impact to local mountain views, commission chairwoman Renee Campbell and members Donald Toy and Esther Feldman cast the majority votes opposing the project.
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August 10, 2000 | ANNETTE KONDO
The Los Angeles County Regional Planning Commission denied a developer's request to begin grading a mountainous area for four home lots. The nearly 36-acre property is on Mulholland Highway just east of Las Virgenes Road. Grading for the driveway and four house pads would have required excavating more than 38,000 cubic yards of earth.
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July 25, 1989
One day last week nature guide Nelson Takayama led a band of curious youngsters from East Los Angeles through oak trees, then grassland, then the chaparral of Topanga State Park. The children watched a lizard "doing push-ups" as its method of scaring off intruders, heard why one should not touch poison oak plants, checked out the holes of pocket gophers and learned about plants the Indians once used as food.
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