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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 19, 1985
Funding to End: County funding, which has been used to pay for such services as street sweeping and park maintenance in the 22 unincorporated areas, will be cut off in July. Residents of one of those areas, North Tustin, can hear and discuss financing alternatives tonight at the Guin Foss School, 18492 Vanderlip Ave., at 7:30 p.m.
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August 1, 2010
Architect Myron Hunt's house Location: 200 N. Grand Ave., Pasadena 91103 Size: Six bedrooms and six bathrooms in 5,600 square feet Lot size: 13,908 square feet Published on: Nov. 23, 2008 Listed then for: $2.25 million Sold for: $1.75 million in July Airy contemporary in Orange County Location: 1182 Hyde Park Drive, North Tustin 92705 Size: Four bedrooms...
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 23, 2000 | Marissa Espino, (714) 966-5879
The North Tustin Advisory Committee unanimously voted 5 to 0 Wednesday night against rezoning the 6.3-acre parcel of land on Newport Avenue and 17th Street from residential to commercial. Some residents don't want to see the vacant lot turned into a strip mall and are fighting to stop the development of the proposed North Tustin Village Project. Others welcome an upscale grocery store, restaurant and specialty shops in the unincorporated community.
BUSINESS
August 30, 2009 | Scott Marshutz
Over the last 15 years, this 1960s two-story French farmhouse in unincorporated North Tustin has been transformed into an Asian-inspired contemporary with an emphasis on open space, built-ins and angled walls. Windows at the entry frame the dark-stained wood door. A thick glass surround supported by a metal frame brings light into the hallway but blocks the ability to look inside from outdoors. In place of a railing for the L-shaped walkway around the stairs leading to the first floor, a floating cabinet serves as both a stair rail and storage.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 28, 1987 | SANDRA CROCKETT, Times Staff Writer
North Tustin on Friday joined the list of unincorporated areas seeking city status, just hours before the price of cityhood went up. Acting on behalf of the East Orange County Water District, water board President Dick Barrett submitted an application for North Tustin cityhood just before the deadline for seeking free city start-up services from the county, including police and fire protection.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 6, 1990
A public meeting on the future of North Tustin is scheduled for 7:30 tonight at Foothill High School. Discussion will focus on whether the 4-square-mile area should incorporate, annex to Tustin, Orange or Santa Ana, or remain as it is. A committee formed by the Foothill Communities Assn. will unveil a study on the feasibility of incorporation. The study, conducted by Christensen and Wallace Inc.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 20, 1992 | SHANNON SANDS
The North Tustin Advisory Committee selected Mark Held as its new chairman last week. Held, who will serve a one-year term as chairman, replaces Michael Gray, who was selected as the body's new secretary. Alexander Carrassi, the former secretary, was chosen as the new vice chairman. Held was the committee's vice chairman. The five-member committee was created in October, 1990, with four members appointed by the Board of Supervisors and one by the Foothill Communities Assn.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 12, 1994 | BERT ELJERA
The City Council on Wednesday unanimously approved the city's general plan, which for the first time includes the unincorporated area of North Tustin, a bedroom community of about 23,000 people. The general plan, a planning document that guides the city's future growth, is the result of three years of work by city employees and consultants, and deals with such issues as land use, housing, public safety, noise and open spaces and conservation.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 22, 1990
The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday unanimously approved a new advisory body to replace the North Tustin Municipal Advisory Council, which was dissolved in June for financial reasons. The new group will make recommendations to the county on North Tustin land-use issues, as the old council did, but the cost of elections will be saved because board members will be appointed. Supervisors Roger R. Stanton, Gaddi H. Vasquez and Thomas F.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 8, 1990 | SHANNON SANDS
A push to incorporate North Tustin is taking shape despite a study showing that a new tax would be necessary to finance the new city. At a meeting Wednesday night, an ad hoc committee recommended that North Tustin begin incorporation proceedings but not rule out the possibility of annexation to Tustin. "I think it's clear that the North Tustin area is going to be annexed unless we incorporate," said committee chairman Ken Allen, calling piecemeal annexation to Tustin an "irritation."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 5, 2005 | Susana Enriquez, Times Staff Writer
Authorities are searching for the owner of a home destroyed by fire early Friday in the unincorporated area of north Tustin. Personal belongings of James Gold, 61, were found at the home, as was his car, but there was no sign of him, said Lt. Hayward Miller of the Orange County Sheriff's Department. "The start of the fire is suspicious, and his disappearance is suspicious," said Jim Amormino, a Sheriff's Department spokesman. Fire authorities dug through the debris without success, said Capt.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 26, 2005 | Sara Lin, Times Staff Writer
As storm-damaged Laguna Canyon Road reopened for the first time in six days Friday morning, county firefighters in unincorporated north Tustin evacuated three homes after a rain-soaked hillside began moving. The slow-moving slide broke a water main, damaged a backyard pool and caused Overhill Drive to buckle, said Capt. Stephen Miller with the Orange County Fire Authority. The intersection of Deerhaven and Overhill drives in Cowan Heights remained closed Friday night.
MAGAZINE
January 25, 2004
As a former employee of the Los Angeles County Probation Department who dealt with the most violent juveniles in the county, I know that Joe Jones' story is no different than any other horror of gang behavior ("A Life in the Balance," by Michael Krikorian, Jan. 4). Carla Simmons, Jones' outspoken mother, expects the county system to rescue her and her son. But she has never understood the responsibility of parenting, and how genetics has some influence on Jones' behavior. She can cry for help, but what she doesn't realize is that the system is not designed to help her or her son's pitiful plight.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 31, 2002 | Jean O. Pasco, Times Staff Writer
Orange County prosecutors are being asked to investigate a political mailer sent to Tustin residents by a group that falsely lists its address as that of a major Southern California law firm and its largest contributor as the firm's co-managing partner. The downtown Los Angeles address given by Education Alliance of Orange County, whose name is similar to a well-known Tustin-based group, is the same as attorneys Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher. In a campaign report filed with the city Oct.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 1, 2000 | Renee Moilanen, (714) 966-4674
The parent-teacher organizations at Foothill and Tustin high schools will sponsor a college night for high school students and their parents Oct. 3. More than 120 representatives from California colleges, out-of-state colleges and military academies will hand out information and answer questions about their institutions. There will also be workshops on financial aid and NCAA requirements. The event will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Foothill High cafeteria and gymnasium, 19251 Dodge Ave.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 23, 2000 | Marissa Espino, (714) 966-5879
The North Tustin Advisory Committee unanimously voted 5 to 0 Wednesday night against rezoning the 6.3-acre parcel of land on Newport Avenue and 17th Street from residential to commercial. Some residents don't want to see the vacant lot turned into a strip mall and are fighting to stop the development of the proposed North Tustin Village Project. Others welcome an upscale grocery store, restaurant and specialty shops in the unincorporated community.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 26, 1992
I have just read the editorial, "North Tustin Is Told to Sit Down" (Jan. 17). As a longtime resident of North Tustin, I was delighted with the show of "paternalism" on the part of a commission that had the guts to say no to possible financial disaster by refusing to endorse a vote for cityhood. The firm stand taken by Commissioners (Evelyn R.) Hart, (David) Boran, and Chairman (James H.) Flora was admirable. Thank God we still have people who can still show some paternalism, especially those who serve in the political arena.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 4, 1991 | SHANNON SANDS
About 200 people turned out for a public hearing Wednesday concerning the proposed incorporation of North Tustin, although the Local Agency Formation Commission is months away from deciding the issue. "This is the coziest I've ever seen this room," said Commissioner Gaddi H. Vasquez, chairman of the County Board of Supervisors. LAFCO decided not to require an environmental impact report on the proposed incorporation--at least for now. Tustin Mayor Richard B.
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