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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 7, 1999 | Chris Ceballos, (949) 248-2150
The City Council will meet tonight to consider final approval for the Treasure Island resort development plan. The council gave unanimous preliminary approval last week at a special meeting where it was announced that Five Star Resort LLC, a partnership between the Athens Group and Marriott International, had purchased the property. City Manager Kenneth C. Frank estimated that the city will put up about $2.4 million, money that will be recouped from bed tax revenue. The council meets at 7 p.m.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 25, 1998 | LINN GROVES
The City Council will decide today whether to spend $22,000 for responses to public comments on the Headlands project, and $10,000 for a Web page and citywide newsletter on the controversial development plan. By law, the city must respond in writing to each written or oral comment on the project's environmental impact report. Officials said the extra money is needed because comments are expected to be "extensive and numerous."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 7, 1998 | LIZ SEYMOUR
The City Council could vote Tuesday on some elements of a plan to redevelop a trailer park in south Laguna Beach into a $100-million resort. It will be the second meeting in two weeks to discuss the Treasure Island project, which is considered the largest development proposal in Laguna in 15 years. The council cannot give the project final approval because the city's Planning Commission still must sign off on it, City Manager Kenneth C. Frank said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 15, 1998 | SCOTT MARTELLE and ERIKA CHAVEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The seaside artists' colony in Laguna Beach has sunshine (usually), breezes (constantly) and more trinket and art stores than sea gulls. So what's not to like? The crowds, according to some people in Malibu. A political video mailed to Malibu voters last week, featuring a voice-over by Malibu resident Jack Lemmon, represents Laguna Beach as the kind of overcrowded place Malibu might become under a pro-development city government.
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April 29, 1998 | FRANK MESSINA and SUSAN DEEMER, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
After hearing comments from about two dozen residents, the Dana Point City Council struggled late Tuesday with how best to develop the Headlands, a resort and residential project on a pristine bluff overlooking the Pacific Ocean. "It's been a long, arduous process," Mayor Bill Ossenmacher said, "and I don't anticipate it ending soon." Meanwhile, in Laguna Beach, the City Council postponed action on a proposal for a $100-million luxury resort to be built on a former seaside trailer park.
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