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December 8, 1991 | DAVID WILLMAN and JEFFREY A. PERLMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
They've formed a financial backbone for California's suburban sprawl--helping for nearly a decade to buy new streets, schools, fire stations and libraries in dozens of emerging communities. Called Mello-Roos revenue bonds, they've been a $3.4-billion boon for local governments and developers, whose ability to pay for expansion was otherwise constrained by California's anti-tax revolt.
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September 8, 1999 | MARK GLADSTONE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Inside the Capitol, state legislators are getting a bellyful of a "doughnut hole." This "doughnut hole" is not a pastry but about 1,000 acres of aging orange groves and mostly vacant land--surrounded by the city of Redlands--that its owners see as prime commercial land. In the final days of the 1999 legislative session, this San Bernardino County real estate has become the target of an intense lobbying campaign as legislators scramble to wrap up their work.
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NEWS
September 8, 1999 | MARK GLADSTONE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Inside the Capitol, state legislators are getting a bellyful of a "doughnut hole." This "doughnut hole" is not a pastry but about 1,000 acres of aging orange groves and mostly vacant land--surrounded by the city of Redlands--that its owners see as prime commercial land. In the final days of the 1999 legislative session, this San Bernardino County real estate has become the target of an intense lobbying campaign as legislators scramble to wrap up their work.
BUSINESS
December 25, 1997 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER; Jesus Sanchez can be reached at (213) 237-7114 or by e-mail at jesus.sanchez@latimes.com
Despite having to commute up and down the side of a mountain each day, Riverside attorney Tim Hill has no complaints after recently moving into a new home in Lake Arrowhead. "The air is clean and we actually have four seasons," said Hill, 40, who along with wife Diane and three children moved into a $740,000 house in the Cedar Ridge section of Lake Arrowhead earlier this year. "You actually get to know and visit your neighbors."
BUSINESS
December 25, 1997 | JESUS SANCHEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER; Jesus Sanchez can be reached at (213) 237-7114 or by e-mail at jesus.sanchez@latimes.com
Despite having to commute up and down the side of a mountain each day, Riverside attorney Tim Hill has no complaints after recently moving into a new home in Lake Arrowhead. "The air is clean and we actually have four seasons," said Hill, 40, who along with wife Diane and three children moved into a $740,000 house in the Cedar Ridge section of Lake Arrowhead earlier this year. "You actually get to know and visit your neighbors."
NEWS
December 8, 1991 | DAVID WILLMAN and JEFFREY A. PERLMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
They've formed a financial backbone for California's suburban sprawl--helping for nearly a decade to buy new streets, schools, fire stations and libraries in dozens of emerging communities. Called Mello-Roos revenue bonds, they've been a $3.4-billion boon for local governments and developers, whose ability to pay for expansion was otherwise constrained by California's anti-tax revolt.
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