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February 1, 2001 | Tami Min, (714) 966-7410
City Council members decided Tuesday to hold back on a uniform plan for regulating signs along Harbor Boulevard. "They liked the concept, but were concerned about the timing," Deputy City Manager Catherine Standiford said. The proposed program, estimated to cost $1 million to $1.5 million, is designed to improve the appearance of Harbor Boulevard by requiring all free-standing monument signs to conform to city standards. If implemented, the plan would be paid for with grant funds.
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June 18, 1997 | CATHY WERBLIN
All is not ducky at the Civic Center pond. Since spending $180,000 to modernize the pond, cleanse its once-murky waters and relocate the dozens of ducks and geese that called the pond home, city officials warn that several domestic fowl have been illegally returned to the water and now threaten to re-pollute it. In an effort to maintain the water's cleanliness and keep the pond safe for wild ducks, officials are considering making it a fineable offense to feed the fowl.
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July 11, 1996 | LORI HAYCOX, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
City officials have taken steps to shut down a food-processing plant that has been allegedly operating illegally out of a house for several years. The unlicensed plant, located in a middle-class neighborhood of nicely trimmed lawns, allegedly is violating health codes and its products could pose a health risk to consumers, according to documents filed by the city Friday in Orange County Superior Court. The city today will request an Aug.
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March 16, 1996 | SARAH A. KLEIN
A proposal that would radically change the city's water billing system will compete on the March 26 ballot with a city-sponsored measure that would maintain the status quo. The changes, proposed by Councilman Bob Dinsen and his supporters, would simplify the water rate structure to a level that critics say would endanger the city's financial stability.
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June 15, 1995
The City Council has delayed a decision on whether to place liens on property belonging to minors or their parents if the minors are convicted of graffiti vandalism. The council was scheduled to consider the issue Tuesday but postponed discussion until its next meeting, on June 27, City Clerk Carolyn Morris said. As Tuesday night's meeting neared midnight, council members decided that it was too late to engage in substantive discussions, Morris said.
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April 21, 1995 | BERT ELJERA
People operating home-based child-care businesses would no longer need use permits under an ordinance the City Council tentatively approved this week. In addition, a public hearing, which in the past has given neighbors an opportunity to raise objections, will no longer be required before such an enterprise is allowed to open. City officials said Tuesday the regulations were useless because, under state law, the city has no authority over home-based child-care businesses.
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March 24, 1995 | BERT ELJERA
A proposed parking ordinance that local church leaders say is too restrictive has been sent back to the Planning Commission for further study. The City Council tentatively approved the ordinance March 7 but decided to postpone final approval after about 40 people showed up at Tuesday's council meeting to protest the stricter parking restrictions on churches.
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