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February 17, 1989 | LUCILLE RENWICK, Times Staff Writer
The San Clemente City Council tentatively approved plans to eventually build more than 2,000 homes on the 1,770-acre Forster Ranch. The council's 3-1 vote Wednesday night gave the Centex Development Corp. preliminary approval of its long-range plan for the land, which it would buy from Estrella Properties, a firm which has had a stormy relationship with the city.
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July 23, 1992 | ANNA CEKOLA
It was on July 22, 1769, when Father Junipero Serra is said to have performed the first baptism in California while accompanying a Spanish expedition through the hills behind what is now San Clemente. Now, 223 years later, the nonprofit La Cristianita Pageant Assn., named after the Juaneno baby girl who was baptized by the padre, stands at a crossroads in its effort to preserve that historical moment in a grand passion play entitled "The Cross and the Arrow."
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BUSINESS
April 5, 1989
Centex Development Co. in Dallas has announced that it bought 1,077 acres of the 1,770-acre Forster Ranch in San Clemente for $50 million. The deal was expected. Selling was Estrella Properties. Centex said it will build 2,200 houses on the land, mostly single-family homes, and will use 65 acres for commercial buildings. That plan has already been approved under a special development agreement with the city.
BUSINESS
April 5, 1989
Centex Development Co. in Dallas has announced that it bought 1,077 acres of the 1,770-acre Forster Ranch in San Clemente for $50 million. The deal was expected. Selling was Estrella Properties. Centex said it will build 2,200 houses on the land, mostly single-family homes, and will use 65 acres for commercial buildings. That plan has already been approved under a special development agreement with the city.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 23, 1992 | ANNA CEKOLA
It was on July 22, 1769, when Father Junipero Serra is said to have performed the first baptism in California while accompanying a Spanish expedition through the hills behind what is now San Clemente. Now, 223 years later, the nonprofit La Cristianita Pageant Assn., named after the Juaneno baby girl who was baptized by the padre, stands at a crossroads in its effort to preserve that historical moment in a grand passion play entitled "The Cross and the Arrow."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 17, 1989 | LUCILLE RENWICK, Times Staff Writer
The San Clemente City Council tentatively approved plans to eventually build more than 2,000 homes on the 1,770-acre Forster Ranch. The council's 3-1 vote Wednesday night gave the Centex Development Corp. preliminary approval of its long-range plan for the land, which it would buy from Estrella Properties, a firm which has had a stormy relationship with the city.
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