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March 31, 1999 | JASON LEOPOLD and PHIL WILLON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Before members of the Laguna Woods City Council even pick out stationery they may be voting on a mammoth 140-room hotel and business complex proposed for the middle of Orange County's newest city. Debate over the $25-million, 14-acre complex will give leaders of the tiny municipality a crash course in big-city decision-making only weeks after residents of the gated retirement village Leisure World voted to incorporate.
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April 28, 2000 | S.J. Cahn, (949) 574-4201
Following the election earlier this month, membership and duties have changed on the City Council. Brenda B. Ross takes over as mayor after serving as mayor pro tem, while the newly elected Robert Bouer will act as mayor pro tem. The rest of the council includes former Mayor Bert Hack, Councilman Jim Thorpe and the second new member, Jan McLaughlin. The council meets the third Tuesday of each month at 2 p.m.
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May 17, 1999 | James Meier, (949) 574-4204
At a recent study session, the City Council suggested the city try to assume control over three private streets outside the Leisure World gates. The streets--Calle Sonora, Campo Verde and part of Calle Aragon--are owned and maintained by the Golden Rain Foundation, which manages all of Leisure World's amenities within the gates as well.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 31, 1999 | JASON LEOPOLD and PHIL WILLON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Before members of the Laguna Woods City Council even pick out stationery they may be voting on a mammoth 140-room hotel and business complex proposed for the middle of Orange County's newest city. Debate over the $25-million, 14-acre complex will give leaders of the tiny municipality a crash course in big-city decision-making only weeks after residents of the gated retirement village Leisure World voted to incorporate.
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