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December 27, 1989
A concession-stand operator chosen by the City Council for the recently opened Calafia Beach Park will have to provide $87,000 worth of improvements to the building's interior, according to a lease agreement. City resident Mo Modiry won the bid to operate the snack stand at the $1.2-million park project, which was financed by county, city and state funds.
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May 25, 2000 | Matt Kieta (949) 248-2158
The city has received the Certificate for Excellence in Financial Reporting award from the Government Finance Officers Assn. of the United States and Canada. The nonprofit professional association cited the city's long-term financial plan in making the award. The plan was featured in the association's April 2000 Government Finance Review. The award is the top governmental accounting accolade given by the organization.
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June 20, 1992 | ANNA CEKOLA
With one councilman describing it as one of the most "unfair" fees he's ever seen, the City Council voted this week to phase out a fire and emergency services assessment affecting about 400 homeowners. The fee was adopted in 1988 for new homes built in an area in and around Rancho San Clemente that is more than five minutes away from the nearest fire station, thereby violating the Fire Department's regulation for a five-minute maximum response to emergency calls.
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September 24, 1999 | Chris Ceballos, (949) 248-2150
The City Council will request an additional $125,654 from the Orange County Public Library system to improve services at San Clemente Library. Funds would go to maintain current library hours, hire a third library specialist to enhance children's services and expand the current book inventory. The funding also would help pay for current renovation efforts and for a study to determine space needs for when the city reaches population build-out. Information: (949) 361-8200.
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August 9, 1993 | ANNA CEKOLA
City Council members are calling for a communitywide review of parking requirements, saying they fear that stringent and costly standards could be hurting commercial development. The council's remarks last week were sparked by a proposal to help fledgling businesses in the Pier Bowl, including the Tropicana Grill, by offering a new, lower-payment option on debts to the city involving so-called "in-lieu parking certificates."
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July 2, 1993 | ANNA CEKOLA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
More than 100 people crowded into the City Council chambers this week, most to voice opposition to a proposed road repair fee that would cost the average homeowner on a public street about $130 a year. During about two hours of public testimony, a vast majority of the residents, many of them senior citizens, said they believed the proposed fee is inequitable because homeowners on private streets would pay less.
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June 28, 1999 | Chris Ceballos, (949) 248-2150
The City Council recently approved a seven-year capital improvement program for street maintenance and repairs. Approval was necessary to apply for $400,000 in Measure M funds, the countywide sales tax approved by voters in 1990 to fund transportation improvements. Projects to be partially funded by the tax money include an Interstate 5 interchange at Avenida Vista Hermosa, an extension of Avenida La Pata from Avenida Pico to Avenida Vista Hermosa and dozens of street resurfacing projects.
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