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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 17, 1996 | FRANK MESSINA
The city will get $1.1 million for recreational facilities and roads under an agreement between the Mission Viejo Co. and the City Council. In a closed session Monday night, the council agreed to accept a cash settlement instead of requiring the company to build an 11-acre park at Olympiad Road and Alicia Parkway. The company made a commitment in 1987 to build the park as part of a development agreement for the planned community of Mission Viejo.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 29, 1996 | FRANK MESSINA
The city will return about $500,000 of the $3.5 million it was paid for land slated for a housing development because of unstable slopes on the property, officials said this week. City Manager Dan Joseph said the developer will have to cut into slopes on the property at a sharper angle than expected, which means that stabilizing the hillside will be more expensive that first projected.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 24, 1996 | FRANK MESSINA
A controversial 47-unit housing project that would have stripped most of the parking from the Nadadores Swim Club and a YMCA has been scuttled by the developer. Unable to win concessions to exceed city standards for housing density, project developer Polygon Communities has returned the Casta Del Sol property to its previous owner, the Mission Viejo Co. Under the Mission Viejo Co., the 9.2-acre parcel near Casta del Sol and Marguerite Parkway had been approved for 27 units.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 24, 1996 | FRANK MESSINA
The City Council has flatly rejected a move to overturn the Planning Commission's denial of approval for a 47-unit housing tract. Before more than 100 neighborhood residents who showed up to protest the plans, the council Monday night unanimously turned down the appeal and asked developer Polygon Communities to come back with a project that has fewer homes. "I see no compelling reason to approve" the developer's appeal, Councilwoman Susan Withrow said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 24, 1996 | FRANK MESSINA
Residents can get a firsthand look at plans for the new city library at 7 tonight at City Hall, 25909 Pala. A scale model of the proposed $6-million building will be on display. Several city officials, library task force members and the project architect will be available to answer questions. "It will give people an opportunity to see what the library is all about and ask questions," said Mayor Sherri M. Butterfield, who has been a major force in the drive to build a new library.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 5, 1996 | FRANK MESSINA
Two projects are at the center of the city's growth plans for 1996: the new community library and a recently approved entertainment center. The latter, known as Kaleidoscope, is designed as a 200,000-square-foot project that will be a smaller version of the Edwards 21 theater complex that opened recently. As many as 16 movie screens are planned for the site at Crown Valley Parkway and Interstate 5, along with a food court and specialty retail stores.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 23, 1995 | FRANK MESSINA
The public got its first glimpse this week of plans for the new community library, which, with 26,600 square feet of space, will be much more than a repository for books. "We had one chance to do it right," Councilwoman Susan Withrow said. "And I think we've got it. We've left nothing unturned." At a meeting this week, the council approved preliminary plans for the facility, which will include a section for Saddleback Valley historical exhibits and another on the Holocaust.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 23, 1995 | FRANK MESSINA
A housing project that would have swallowed up much of the parking for the Nadadores swim complex has been rejected by the Planning Commission. The panel had criticized the 47-home project on Casta del Sol last month, saying the density proposed was too high. The builder, Polygon Communities, then requested a 30-day delay to come up with a different design. The new proposal, too, was turned down this week.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 6, 1995 | FRANK MESSINA
Saying that a community can't have too many good care givers, the Planning Commission this week approved an expansion of a child-care center in a neighborhood that already has several such facilities. The commission was split on whether Manijeh Nahed and Pari Mahran should be allowed to care for 12 children instead of six at the home at 24271 Augustin St. Commissioners Tom Potocki and Norman P.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 8, 1995 | FRANK MESSINA
The developer proposing a controversial housing project that the Planning Commission says would put too many homes on too little space will get a chance to revise the plan. After the commission criticized the project Monday, representatives of Polygon Communities of Irvine said they will return with "options" for the 47 single-family homes planned on Costa del Sol Road near Marguerite Parkway. Under Monday's proposal, each house would be built on a lot of about 3,500 square feet.
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