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February 28, 1990 | LESLIE HERZOG
A planned 21-year expansion of Hoag Hospital and areas along West Coast Highway between Newport Boulevard and Superior Avenue will be the subject of a meeting tonight of the West Newport Beach Assn. Pete Foulke, senior vice president of the hospital, will discuss the development, although specifics have not been determined, he said.
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December 12, 1994 | HOLLY J. WAGNER
An Irvine Co. plan to build a 173-home gated community between Jamboree Road and the Back Bay in Newport Beach has won the approval of a short-staffed Planning Commission. But environmental concerns must be resolved with state and federal agencies before the plan can go forward. As planned, the Newporter North development's northern boundary is San Joaquin Hills Road and the southern boundary is adjacent to the Hyatt Newporter resort.
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January 14, 1992 | LISA MASCARO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A development firm announced Monday that it will reconsider a controversial proposal to build a 121-slip private marina for luxury vessels in Newport Harbor. The announcement came as dozens of marina supporters and opponents expressed views at a City Council meeting. The council agreed to delay until Feb. 10 its decision on the Castaways Marina project at the request of the California Recreation Co., an Irvine Co. branch that operates marinas elsewhere in the harbor.
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July 28, 2001 | E. SCOTT RECKARD, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Stymied by opposition to their plan to build a large hotel and convention center, the longtime owners of the Newport Dunes resort project on Newport Beach's Back Bay have put the 100-acre recreation property up for sale. Evans Hotels, the family-owned company that owns and manages Newport Dunes, told the Newport Beach City Council in a letter this week that it is seeking potential buyers for the property, which includes a recreational vehicle park, a cafe, a small marina and a large beach.
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March 2, 1995 | HOLLY J. WAGNER
Balboa Peninsula merchants support the City Council's approval of a Central Balboa Business Improvement District but some are wary. They say there might be hidden costs and the program might not be worth the assessment they pay for the improvements. "I'm happy to pay my share to improve things down there, but I want to make sure the city is not abandoning us," said Richard Vogel, who owns the Balboa Hardware building at Main Street and Balboa Boulevard.
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August 23, 1989 | ERIC LICHTBLAU, Times Staff Writer
A Superior Court judge, rejecting claims by a group of Newport Beach homeowners that their homes were built on shaky ground, effectively ordered them Tuesday to pay five years' worth of back rent totaling about $450,000. Judge Eileen C. Moore refused to grant a request from 63 Newport Shores homeowners that would have blocked Signal Landmark Co., which owns the lots on which their homes are built, from collecting the past-due rent.
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January 11, 1992 | LISA MASCARO
A group of residents who want to alter Hoag Hospital's development proposal delivered an in-depth slide show outlining their concerns about the project and unveiled a full-scale model of an alternative plan at a Planning Commission meeting this week. In a presentation lasting just over two hours, members of the group, led by the Villa Balboa Homeowners Assn.
NEWS
April 1, 1989 | SHEARLEAN DUKE, Shearlean Duke is a regular contributor to Orange County Life
Don't let the demolition of Newport Dunes send you into a panic. The 1950s-style boat and trailer park isn't dead, it's just being reborn. After 10 years of planning and negotiating to win city, county and state approvals, renovation has finally begun on the 75-acre waterfront park, built in 1958 near Pacific Coast Highway in Newport Beach.
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