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June 8, 1998 | P.J. HUFFSTUTTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Hoping to preserve fading and fragile architectural diagrams, the Irvine Co. has launched an ambitious effort to digitally scan and archive all hand-drawn maps of its many commercial properties. The project is designed to help the Irvine Co.'s property managers work more efficiently--and help the company sign leasing deals more quickly, staff said.
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BUSINESS
December 23, 1997 | Russ Stanton
The Irvine Co. said Monday that real estate marketing whiz Donald Moe is returning to the giant land developer after a 12-year hiatus. Moe, 55, of Dana Point, will become senior vice president for residential marketing in the Irvine Co.'s residential division. He held a similar post at Santa Margarita Co. until resigning to become a consultant in 1995. Moe first joined the Irvine Co. in 1972 as a marketing director for the then-budding Fashion Island shopping and office complex.
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October 12, 1996 | JOHN CANALIS
The city and the Irvine Co. hope to restore a rare freshwater habitat for amphibians, shrimp and plants at Fairview Park, officials said. One of the park's four vernal pools, seasonally occurring wetlands with special ecosystems, will be revitalized by the developer, which must do the work in exchange for building over a pool at another site.
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January 13, 1998 | LIZ SEYMOUR
The Irvine Co. has granted a one-month extension to the Laguna Beach Unified School District to decide on a company agreement that would ensure enrollment of an estimated 342 students expected from development along Newport Coast. School officials had requested four months, until May 30, to research how the influx of students would affect the district's operating expenses and the infrastructure needs at the district's five schools.
BUSINESS
April 17, 1999 | Daryl Strickland
The Irvine Co. said Friday it has selected nine companies to build homes in its new village, Northpark, a 1,600-unit community spread across 275 acres that opens this summer.
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January 16, 1997 | HOPE HAMASHIGE
The Irvine Co. has opened competition for $48,000 in college scholarships to student leaders who have at least a 3.0 grade-point average at schools on Irvine Ranch land. That limits the competition for the company's annual Spectrum Leadership Award to college-bound seniors at high schools in Irvine, Newport Beach, Tustin, Laguna Beach and Costa Mesa.
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September 3, 1997
Environmental groups have reached an agreement with the Irvine Co. in a dispute over development along Newport Coast, between Newport Beach and Laguna Beach. Under the agreement, the developer will make several concessions, including setting aside an additional 70 acres for open space. The settlement also requires that parking for a planned commercial center be pushed back 100 feet from Pacific Coast Highway and that fewer homes be built in some environmentally sensitive areas.
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November 3, 1998 | STEVE CARNEY
The Laguna Beach Unified School District will get nearly $7 million in one chunk from the Irvine Co. for school improvements under a modified agreement approved last week. The payment is compensation for the 150 or so students expected to attend Laguna Beach schools when the developer builds its Crystal Cove subdivision in Newport Coast. The two sides previously agreed to the payment but revised it to give the district all the money at once, so it can use the cash to improve and expand schools.
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November 23, 1989 | MARY LOU FULTON and JAMES ROBBINS, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The Irvine Co. on Wednesday disclosed its preliminary plan to turn Gypsum Canyon into a 10,500-unit housing development that will include a shopping mall, schools and several parks. The county wants to build a jail and possibly a landfill in the remote canyon area east of Anaheim Hills. But Irvine Co. officials say the land-use conflict will not prevent them from proceeding with plans for the housing project that could add about 25,000 residents to Anaheim. "The Irvine Co.
BUSINESS
March 7, 2001 | Seema Mehta
Michael Stockstill, senior director of media relations at the Irvine Co., has resigned after only four months on the job, he and the real estate development company said Monday. Stockstill said he left Friday to work in a consulting position, which he declined to name. Stockstill, who previously worked for the Newport Beach company from 1978 to 1991, is the latest in a long list of executives and employees who have quit Orange County's largest landowner in the past year.
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