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April 28, 1991 | DAVID WILLMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The land, roughly 6 square miles of mustard-covered, sloping terrain in and around Tonner Canyon, is visible on both sides of the Orange Freeway as you drive north from downtown. It is now undeveloped, privately held and outside city boundaries. But Brea officials hope that this acreage at the border of Orange and Los Angeles counties will someday be a city showcase for innovative, environmentally sound development.
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April 28, 1991 | DAVID WILLMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The land, roughly 6 square miles of mustard-covered, sloping terrain in and around Tonner Canyon, is visible on both sides of the Orange Freeway as you drive north from downtown. It is now undeveloped, privately held and outside city boundaries. But Brea officials hope that this acreage at the border of Orange and Los Angeles counties will someday be a city showcase for innovative, environmentally sound development.
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April 10, 1985 | ROBERT HANLEY \f7
The City Council has given its approval so that construction can begin on 46 duplexes and one single-family house in the Jasmine Park section of the Irvine Co's. 5th Avenue Parcels. Larry Lizotte, president of Laguna Hills-based LDM Development Inc., which will build the two- and three-bedroom duplexes on the 10 acres in Corona del Mar, said the work will begin this summer and is to be finished early in 1986. Two other Irvine Co.
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November 24, 1991 | LYNDA NATALI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
There are few signs of civilization evident in the brush-covered landscape that is Tonner Canyon. Although the Orange Freeway is just yards away, at points the narrow two-lane road that traverses the canyon floor dips so low that it is completely surrounded by hills, which screen out any signs of the outside world. But soon, the outside world--specifically, the city of Brea--will encroach on Tonner Canyon. Earlier this month, the city officially launched its massive planning campaign for the 7.
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June 26, 1995 | DEBORA VRANA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Liberty Capital Markets Inc. had a tantalizing offer for the city of Lake Forest: "Conservative Investments, Aggressively Pursued." The city, which recently recovered about $7.5 million from the bankrupt Orange County investment pool, has been bombarded with dozens of calls and stacks of glossy brochures from firms like Liberty, all promising savvy money management and sophisticated investment advice. Liberty touted its Wall Street connections and Orange County commitment.
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