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June 11, 1999 | Rebecca Harris, (949) 574-4205
The Public Safety Committee on Wednesday discussed using an automated message system to alert residents of crimes committed in their neighborhood. The TeleMinder system also would allow residents to leave messages for police. Installing and maintaining the system would cost about $34,000, a figure accounted for in the city's proposed budget for the upcoming year. Staff will present a recommendation Aug. 18.
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January 5, 2000 | SEEMA MEHTA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A recent state order requiring cleanup of a polluted Orange County waterway sets a precedent that environmentalists say could lead to stronger enforcement of California and federal water quality laws. Orange County, the city of Laguna Niguel and the county's Flood Control District have been ordered to stop storm drain runoff from polluting Aliso Creek, which empties into the ocean at Laguna Beach.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 4, 2000 | Sue Doyle, (949) 574-4204
The City Council could approve a new traffic signal at the intersection of Moulton Parkway and Aliso Niguel Road during tonight's 7 p.m. meeting. The light, expected to be installed within the next two years, will meet the traffic demands of the new San Joaquin Hills subdivision, said Dave Rogers, traffic engineer.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 5, 2000 | SEEMA MEHTA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A recent state order requiring cleanup of a polluted Orange County waterway sets a precedent that environmentalists say could lead to stronger enforcement of California and federal water quality laws. Orange County, the city of Laguna Niguel and the county's Flood Control District have been ordered to stop storm drain runoff from polluting Aliso Creek, which empties into the ocean at Laguna Beach.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 22, 1991 | GEBE MARTINEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
By law, a new federal courthouse proposed for Orange County should be in the county seat, Santa Ana. But the law can be changed. Now, after almost 20 years of hoping and planning, Santa Ana officials are fighting mad that Laguna Niguel and Irvine have become last-minute entries in the competition for the prized, $79.8-million project. As they lobby Washington with their proposal for the 218,000-square-foot courthouse, Santa Ana officials are taking aim at the politically powerful Irvine Co.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 23, 1996 | FRANK MESSINA
A reduction in trash rates, the result of a decrease in county landfill fees, was unanimously approved by the City Council this week. Residential customers with 35-gallon trash barrels will see a 40-cent reduction in their monthly bills, while those with 67-gallon containers will save 77 cents per month. Businesses and apartment complexes that have larger bins picked up weekly will see a drop of $6.82 per month. Commercial customers with pickup service six times a week will pay $40.92 less.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 23, 1996 | FRANK MESSINA
A reduction in trash rates, the result of a decrease in county landfill fees, was unanimously approved by the City Council this week. Residential customers with 35-gallon trash barrels will see a 40-cent reduction in their monthly bills, while those with 67-gallon containers will save 77 cents per month. Businesses and apartment complexes that have larger bins picked up weekly will see a drop of $6.82 per month. Commercial customers with pickup service six times a week will pay $40.92 less.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 22, 1991 | GEBE MARTINEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
By law, a new federal courthouse proposed for Orange County should be in the county seat, Santa Ana. But the law can be changed. Now, after almost 20 years of hoping and planning, Santa Ana officials are fighting mad that Laguna Niguel and Irvine have become last-minute entries in the competition for the prized, $79.8-million project. As they lobby Washington with their proposal for the 218,000-square-foot courthouse, Santa Ana officials are taking aim at the politically powerful Irvine Co.
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