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February 11, 2000 | Dana Bushee, (949) 574-4207
City officials have already publicly voted for two measures on the March ballot. Without hesitation, council members unanimously voted Tuesday to support Measure F next month. If passed, the Safe and Healthy Communities Initiative would require two-thirds voter approval for building or expanding airports or hazardous waste facilities; it would also apply to jails built within a half-mile of homes. Proposition 12, the $2-billion park bond measure, passed on a 3-2 vote.
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June 13, 2001 | From Times staff reports
A man whose backyard is home to two alligators, 100 exotic birds, two potbellied pigs and two chickens can keep the animals for now. The City Council Tuesday voted 4-1 to uphold the man's appeal of the city planning director's earlier decision not to let the animals stay. The council will review the situation in August. About 100 residents attended the meeting, many to support Nicholas Amodio, who keeps the animals in his backyard in the 22000 block of Savona.
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October 10, 1995 | FRANK MESSINA
An ordinance to prevent adult businesses from opening in Laguna Hills could be extended by the City Council tonight. The council will consider renewing a temporary ban first approved 10 months ago, even though no adult business has made inquiries about moving into the city. But with the proliferation of adult businesses in Orange County over the past two years, the council decided to take preventive measures. "It's good housekeeping," City Atty. Lois E. Jeffrey said.
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October 23, 2000 | Dana Bushee, (714) 966-5636
The Laguna Hills Traffic Commission approved three locations for no stopping zones on Mills Creek Drive. The two-lane commercial street, which connects Lake Forest Drive on the north to Ridge Route Drive to the south, was studied by the city staff after a property owner voiced concerns about driveway visibility. Staff concluded that the curved and sloped street contained several site obstructions and on-street parking should be minimized.
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October 26, 1991 | LESLIE EARNEST
After three years and eight public hearings, the County Planning Commission this week approved a controversial 1.4-million-square-foot business center for a plot of open space surrounded by Leisure World. The plan, approved 4-0 by commissioners Wednesday, is a scaled-down version of a proposal submitted to the county in 1988. To gain approval, the developer, Rossmoor Partners L.P., has agreed to build the center in three phases, with each phase linked to area road improvements.
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November 26, 1994 | LYNN FRANEY
The City Council this week unanimously approved an emergency ordinance limiting adult businesses such as strip bars and adult bookstores to commercial properties close to the Laguna Hills Mall, near freeway traffic. The previous zoning ordinance had allowed such businesses in three additional small areas, including lots zoned for local-oriented businesses, said City Planning Director Mike Thiele. "The ordinance we inherited from the county had some problems with it," Thiele said.
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June 13, 2001 | From Times staff reports
A man whose backyard is home to two alligators, 100 exotic birds, two potbellied pigs and two chickens can keep the animals for now. The City Council Tuesday voted 4-1 to uphold the man's appeal of the city planning director's earlier decision not to let the animals stay. The council will review the situation in August. About 100 residents attended the meeting, many to support Nicholas Amodio, who keeps the animals in his backyard in the 22000 block of Savona.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 10, 1995 | FRANK MESSINA
An ordinance to prevent adult businesses from opening in Laguna Hills could be extended by the City Council tonight. The council will consider renewing a temporary ban first approved 10 months ago, even though no adult business has made inquiries about moving into the city. But with the proliferation of adult businesses in Orange County over the past two years, the council decided to take preventive measures. "It's good housekeeping," City Atty. Lois E. Jeffrey said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 26, 1994 | LYNN FRANEY
The City Council this week unanimously approved an emergency ordinance limiting adult businesses such as strip bars and adult bookstores to commercial properties close to the Laguna Hills Mall, near freeway traffic. The previous zoning ordinance had allowed such businesses in three additional small areas, including lots zoned for local-oriented businesses, said City Planning Director Mike Thiele. "The ordinance we inherited from the county had some problems with it," Thiele said.
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October 26, 1991 | LESLIE EARNEST
After three years and eight public hearings, the County Planning Commission this week approved a controversial 1.4-million-square-foot business center for a plot of open space surrounded by Leisure World. The plan, approved 4-0 by commissioners Wednesday, is a scaled-down version of a proposal submitted to the county in 1988. To gain approval, the developer, Rossmoor Partners L.P., has agreed to build the center in three phases, with each phase linked to area road improvements.
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