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July 28, 1989 | BILL BILLITER, Times Staff Writer
A controversial new housing development in Laguna Niguel came under fire again Thursday with a local citizens' group's claim that it had won a legal victory in challenging the county's agreement with the developer. At issue is the sprawling 4,200-unit Country Village project on 1,232 acres northwest of the intersection of Alicia and Moulton parkways. The project, which is already one-third completed, was approved under a 1987 agreement between the Board of Supervisors and Shapell Industries Inc.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 28, 1989 | BILL BILLITER, Times Staff Writer
A controversial new housing development in Laguna Niguel came under fire again Thursday with a local citizens' group's claim that it had won a legal victory in challenging the county's agreement with the developer. At issue is the sprawling 4,200-unit Country Village project on 1,232 acres northwest of the intersection of Alicia and Moulton parkways. The project, which is already one-third completed, was approved under a 1987 agreement between the Board of Supervisors and Shapell Industries Inc.
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