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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 7, 1996 | MIMI KO CRUZ
At the request of a property owner who wants the city to provide trash collection, street repair and other services, the city has annexed a small residential lot. Zirca Higgins, who lives at 1222 N. Idaho St., which had been part of unincorporated land, wanted to receive sewer services from La Habra, city officials said. But because her home was not in La Habra, her property had to be annexed by the city.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 7, 1996 | MIMI KO CRUZ
At the request of a property owner who wants the city to provide trash collection, street repair and other services, the city has annexed a small residential lot. Zirca Higgins, who lives at 1222 N. Idaho St., which had been part of unincorporated land, wanted to receive sewer services from La Habra, city officials said. But because her home was not in La Habra, her property had to be annexed by the city.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 11, 1989
The city will soon be 370 acres bigger with the annexation of a tract of land to the south of the city. The council voted this month to annex the property, which is owned by Chevron USA. The Local Agency Formation Commission some time ago approved putting the parcel within La Habra's "sphere of influence." The parcel's southern border is the Fullerton city limits, and its northern border is Imperial Highway. It is occupied by about two dozen oil wells.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 11, 1989
The city will soon be 370 acres bigger with the annexation of a tract of land to the south of the city. The council voted this month to annex the property, which is owned by Chevron USA. The Local Agency Formation Commission some time ago approved putting the parcel within La Habra's "sphere of influence." The parcel's southern border is the Fullerton city limits, and its northern border is Imperial Highway. It is occupied by about two dozen oil wells.
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