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December 10, 1991 | DAVID WILLMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
High above the northbound lanes of Interstate 15, the fountains and waterfalls are working at the all-new Tuscany Hills development. The otherwise hardscrabble hills are alive with sprinkler-fed shrubbery. Curbs and gutters for 2,000 homes are in. And all the amenities have been paid for--thanks to a $14.1-million Mello-Roos municipal bond issued last year by the city government. But uncertainty looms at Tuscany Hills: Only 125 of the 2,000 homes have actually been built.
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August 25, 1993 | Debora Vrana, Times correspondent
Birtcher Pitch a Hit: Birtcher Construction Ltd. in Laguna Niguel was recently selected to construct a $14.6-million baseball stadium in Lake Elsinore. The 6,000-seat stadium is the city's largest project to date. "The stadium is designed to promote a community feeling and give something for the community to rally around," said Andrew Youngquist, president of Birtcher. "We went after this because we know other cities may be considering building similar stadiums."
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BUSINESS
August 25, 1993 | Debora Vrana, Times correspondent
Birtcher Pitch a Hit: Birtcher Construction Ltd. in Laguna Niguel was recently selected to construct a $14.6-million baseball stadium in Lake Elsinore. The 6,000-seat stadium is the city's largest project to date. "The stadium is designed to promote a community feeling and give something for the community to rally around," said Andrew Youngquist, president of Birtcher. "We went after this because we know other cities may be considering building similar stadiums."
NEWS
December 10, 1991 | DAVID WILLMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
High above the northbound lanes of Interstate 15, the fountains and waterfalls are working at the all-new Tuscany Hills development. The otherwise hardscrabble hills are alive with sprinkler-fed shrubbery. Curbs and gutters for 2,000 homes are in. And all the amenities have been paid for--thanks to a $14.1-million Mello-Roos municipal bond issued last year by the city government. But uncertainty looms at Tuscany Hills: Only 125 of the 2,000 homes have actually been built.
NEWS
June 9, 1991 | TED JOHNSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
To Corona, Lake Elsinore's municipal water district is an "empire builder." In turn, Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District officials call Corona "a rattlesnake." Both agencies are fighting over the rights to the Temescal Valley Water Co., which primarily serves 6,500 acres of agricultural land in a region targeted for substantial residential, industrial and commercial growth in the next two decades. Each side claims it needs the Temescal Valley Water Co.
NEWS
June 9, 1991 | TED JOHNSON, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
To Corona, Lake Elsinore's municipal water district is an "empire builder." In turn, Elsinore Valley Municipal Water District officials call Corona "a rattlesnake." Both agencies are fighting over the rights to the Temescal Valley Water Co., which primarily serves 6,500 acres of agricultural land in a region targeted for substantial residential, industrial and commercial growth in the next two decades. Each side claims it needs the Temescal Valley Water Co.
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