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November 29, 1994 | FRANK MESSINA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
County libraries continue to operate on a shortened, four-day schedule and an ever-shrinking budget. Yet, Rancho Santa Margarita residents will see a new "techno-friendly," $6-million library open in their community today. How was the cash-strapped county able to afford it? Easy. It didn't cost the library system a dime. Construction costs are being completely paid by local homeowners. "We've had to adapt to the times and use whatever resources we can find," said County Librarian John Adams.
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May 11, 2000 | Sean Kirwan, (949) 574-4202
City staff are still waiting for the county to hand over the parcel of land upon which the city hopes to construct the Intergenerational Community Center. City Manager William Talley said they were expecting to receive the deed to the land during the first week of May but problems with some of the language in the transfer agreement have held things up. The county has purchased the 1.8-acre parcel of land on the southeast corner of La Miranda and El Paseo, near the Town Center shopping complex.
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November 16, 1995 | FRANK MESSINA
For years, Wendy Couture gazed out her back window in Rancho Santa Margarita at a wilderness vista filled with sprawling heritage oak trees and giant sycamores. But as much as she longed to walk the shady trails of Tijeras Creek, the developer-owned ridges and canyons were closed to her and the rest of the outdoors-minded public. "I'd look down on these beautiful woods and really want to go there. Badly," Couture said. "But I was always told we couldn't."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 16, 1995 | FRANK MESSINA
For years, Wendy Couture gazed out her back window in Rancho Santa Margarita at a wilderness vista filled with sprawling heritage oak trees and giant sycamores. But as much as she longed to walk the shady trails of Tijeras Creek, the developer-owned ridges and canyons were closed to her and the rest of the outdoors-minded public. "I'd look down on these beautiful woods and really want to go there. Badly," Couture said. "But I was always told we couldn't."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 11, 2000 | Sean Kirwan, (949) 574-4202
City staff are still waiting for the county to hand over the parcel of land upon which the city hopes to construct the Intergenerational Community Center. City Manager William Talley said they were expecting to receive the deed to the land during the first week of May but problems with some of the language in the transfer agreement have held things up. The county has purchased the 1.8-acre parcel of land on the southeast corner of La Miranda and El Paseo, near the Town Center shopping complex.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 29, 1994 | FRANK MESSINA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
County libraries continue to operate on a shortened, four-day schedule and an ever-shrinking budget. Yet, Rancho Santa Margarita residents will see a new "techno-friendly," $6-million library open in their community today. How was the cash-strapped county able to afford it? Easy. It didn't cost the library system a dime. Construction costs are being completely paid by local homeowners. "We've had to adapt to the times and use whatever resources we can find," said County Librarian John Adams.
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