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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 23, 1995
A $10-million residential development planned for a five-acre strawberry field north of City Hall has won approval from the Planning Commission. Developer Tom Williams, owner of Saddleback Land and Development Co., had sought city approval for a 43-home development on the city-owned land north of Chapman Avenue between Kraemer Boulevard and All America Way. Neighbors wanted assurances that sidewalks would be constructed on All America Way for children who use the street to walk to school.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 23, 1995
A $10-million residential development planned for a five-acre strawberry field north of City Hall has won approval from the Planning Commission. Developer Tom Williams, owner of Saddleback Land and Development Co., had sought city approval for a 43-home development on the city-owned land north of Chapman Avenue between Kraemer Boulevard and All America Way. Neighbors wanted assurances that sidewalks would be constructed on All America Way for children who use the street to walk to school.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 24, 1995 | RUSS LOAR
To the dismay of some residents, one of the last farmlands that once surrounded the city will disappear if a home project is developed on fields north of City Hall. The City Council has tentatively approved a 134-unit development on Alta Vista Street between Kraemer Boulevard and All America Way. The 21.6-acre project is awaiting final approval from the Planning Commission, which last month signed off on a 43-home development on an adjoining five-acre parcel owned by the city.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 12, 1995 | RUSS LOAR
A $10-million proposal to build 43 homes on what is now a five-acre strawberry field will be reviewed tonight by the Planning Commission. The panel had asked city planners earlier to adjust the design of streets for the detached-home development, which would be north of City Hall between Kraemer Boulevard and All America Way. "We just did a little fine-tuning," said Senior Planner Raynald F. Pascua, who is also the city's project manager for the development.
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