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January 27, 1990 | MARK LANDSBAUM and LILY ENG, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Plans to build an $85-million indoor sports arena in Anaheim were halted--at least temporarily--Friday when an Orange County Superior Court commissioner ordered the city to take no more "steps in furtherence" of the project. Commissioner Julian Cimbaluk stayed arena plans until Feb. 14, when another hearing can be held on the issue.
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January 27, 1990 | MARK LANDSBAUM and LILY ENG, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Plans to build an $85-million indoor sports arena in Anaheim were halted--at least temporarily--Friday when an Orange County Superior Court commissioner ordered the city to take no more "steps in furtherence" of the project. Commissioner Julian Cimbaluk stayed arena plans until Feb. 14, when another hearing can be held on the issue.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 10, 1999 | James Meier, (714) 966-5988
Residents will have to continue awaiting final word on the proposed Plaza Lafayette employee parking lot that would be located in a vacant portion of an abandoned railroad right-of-way. The City Council on Monday postponed action since Jack Stanaland, the property owner, could not agree to the city's conditions for approval. One of the conditions is the installation of a gate that would allow for future access to a multipurpose trail. The council is scheduled to revisit the issue July 6.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 7, 1990 | LISA MASCARO
Angry residents of the Orange Tree mobile home park this week asked the City Council to impose a rent freeze until an agreement can be worked out with the park's owner. "We'd like to see a freeze until we can get this guy under control," said Mike Johnson, president of the Orange Tree Homeowners Assn., about landlord Jack Stanaland. "He has the right to his property, but he's being totally unreasonable."
BUSINESS
July 9, 1997 | MELINDA FULMER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A Tustin developer is planning to build a $200-million office and retail complex near the Pond, the company said Tuesday. Burnett Development has purchased a vacant 23-acre parcel for the project, which will include three low-rise office buildings, a 175-room hotel, food court, retail shops, a sports club and a parking structure to accommodate up to 3,000 vehicles.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 8, 1989 | MARK LANDSBAUM
Echoing concerns of nearby mobile home park residents, the California Angels say the city did not consider all the problems posed by traffic from the proposed $85-million indoor sports arena to be built near Anaheim Stadium. Angels Executive Vice President Michael Schreter said Thursday the environmental report prepared by the city does not adequately consider the increased traffic on Katella Avenue that will occur when events are held simultaneously at the stadium and at the arena.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 12, 1989 | MARK LANDSBAUM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A handful of neighbors in the area of the proposed Santa Ana indoor sports arena said Monday that the 20,000-seat facility will cause traffic, crime and other nuisances. "Santa Ana needs an arena like it needs a hole in the head," said Shirley Gates, who owns property in the area. Gates was one of four people who spoke against the proposed arena at a public hearing Monday night before the Santa Ana Planning Commission.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 28, 1991 | LISA MASCARO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Orange County's trailer-park owners are banding together to fight a mobile home rent-control proposal on Tuesday's special election ballot, a measure that they believe could set a precedent for other cities. Park owners have contributed more than $100,000 to oppose Measure A, which would scale back Anaheim mobile-home park rents to 1988 levels and keep annual increases to a maximum of 8%.
NEWS
May 9, 1993 | EMILY ADAMS, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A card casino proposed for 10 acres of prime Bellflower real estate is barely off the drawing board, but businessmen along Artesia Boulevard, who could be forced to relocate by the project, already fear they're facing a stacked deck. The casino backers are throwing around some impressive figures--estimating that the casino would generate $10 million a year for the cash-starved city.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 20, 1995 | GREG HERNANDEZ / TIMES STAFF WRITER
A developer plans to turn 23 acres next to The Pond into an ambitious $50-million entertainment and retail complex. The development, to be built on the site of a mobile home park closed earlier this year, would be called "The Quarter" and employ architecture modeled after the French Quarter in New Orleans. It would be anchored by five restaurants, some possibly the caliber of Planet Hollywood or Cheesecake Factory.
NEWS
May 16, 1990 | MARK LANDSBAUM and LISA MASCARO, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The City Council on Tuesday settled three lawsuits that have blocked construction of a proposed indoor sports arena, putting the project back on a "fast track" in its race with a nearly identical facility proposed in Santa Ana. The settlements clear the way for construction of the Anaheim Arena to begin as early as September, with a completion date in time for the fall 1992 basketball season.
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