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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 1, 1996
Outer space may come indoors in Lakewood, but first it needs a permit. And that means a public hearing tonight on a proposal to open a laser tag game in the same mall that houses a bowling alley, movie theaters and skating rink. While Lakewood zoning ordinances require a permit for any indoor recreational facility, city spokesman Donald Waldie said, Laser Mania's application "calls for some sober reflection because it involves make-believe shooting as a form of entertainment."
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 1, 1996
Outer space may come indoors in Lakewood, but first it needs a permit. And that means a public hearing tonight on a proposal to open a laser tag game in the same mall that houses a bowling alley, movie theaters and skating rink. While Lakewood zoning ordinances require a permit for any indoor recreational facility, city spokesman Donald Waldie said, Laser Mania's application "calls for some sober reflection because it involves make-believe shooting as a form of entertainment."
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NEWS
June 17, 1993
Residents who said they feared radiation and electromagnetic waves from a new cellular telephone tower in their neighborhood have won a battle to get the tower removed. Los Angeles Cellular Telephone Company erected the 60-foot transmission pole in May with the consent of the Lakewood Planning Commission. But after the gray tower went up at Paramount and Del Amo boulevards, neighbors complained, saying they had not been notified of the company's plans. After repeated protests by residents, L.A.
NEWS
June 17, 1993
Residents who said they feared radiation and electromagnetic waves from a new cellular telephone tower in their neighborhood have won a battle to get the tower removed. Los Angeles Cellular Telephone Company erected the 60-foot transmission pole in May with the consent of the Lakewood Planning Commission. But after the gray tower went up at Paramount and Del Amo boulevards, neighbors complained, saying they had not been notified of the company's plans. After repeated protests by residents, L.A.
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