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March 20, 1990 | LESLIE HERZOG
City officials tonight will discuss asking the state for money to acquire the 200-acre DeWitt/Platz site in Laguna Canyon and 245 other acres, all by eminent domain. Laguna Beach was allocated $10 million under the California Wildlife, Coastal and Park Land Conservation Act, which provides grants for acquisition of natural lands. Thus far, Laguna Beach has spent $3 million of that. Formal application is required to the state for the remaining funds.
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November 12, 1990 | GEBE MARTINEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The private celebration at the posh Center Club in Costa Mesa a week before last Tuesday's election demonstrated how far they had come. After dining on exotic foods and toasting the historic agreement to preserve Laguna Canyon--one of the last undeveloped coastal canyons in Southern California--the motley group of environmentalists, government officials and Irvine Co. executives were entertained by company Vice President Carol Hoffman.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 31, 1990 | GEBE MARTINEZ
Responding to criticism that municipal projects may suffer if the city buys the Laguna Laurel property, the City Council pledged Tuesday to avoid the use of capital improvement funds to buy open space. The funds pay for such items as street maintenance and new trees.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 31, 1990 | GEBE MARTINEZ
Responding to criticism that municipal projects may suffer if the city buys the Laguna Laurel property, the City Council pledged Tuesday to avoid the use of capital improvement funds to buy open space. The funds pay for such items as street maintenance and new trees.
NEWS
November 12, 1990 | GEBE MARTINEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The private celebration at the posh Center Club in Costa Mesa a week before last Tuesday's election demonstrated how far they had come. After dining on exotic foods and toasting the historic agreement to preserve Laguna Canyon--one of the last undeveloped coastal canyons in Southern California--the motley group of environmentalists, government officials and Irvine Co. executives were entertained by company Vice President Carol Hoffman.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 20, 1990 | LESLIE HERZOG
City officials tonight will discuss asking the state for money to acquire the 200-acre DeWitt/Platz site in Laguna Canyon and 245 other acres, all by eminent domain. Laguna Beach was allocated $10 million under the California Wildlife, Coastal and Park Land Conservation Act, which provides grants for acquisition of natural lands. Thus far, Laguna Beach has spent $3 million of that. Formal application is required to the state for the remaining funds.
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