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December 14, 1999 | Chris Ceballos, (949) 248-2150
The City Council will consider Wednesday a zoning change to allow the building of a 136-unit assisted-living facility on 3.2 acres adjacent to San Clemente General Hospital. The three-story, L-shaped facility will house patients with Alzheimer's disease who are unable to live alone, according to city staff reports. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. at San Clemente Civic Center, 100 Avenida Presidio.
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December 14, 1999 | Chris Ceballos, (949) 248-2150
The City Council will consider Wednesday a zoning change to allow the building of a 136-unit assisted-living facility on 3.2 acres adjacent to San Clemente General Hospital. The three-story, L-shaped facility will house patients with Alzheimer's disease who are unable to live alone, according to city staff reports. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. at San Clemente Civic Center, 100 Avenida Presidio.
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February 28, 1989
Five out of eight developers won approval for home-building projects in San Clemente on Monday night when the City Council divvied up housing development allocations in the third year of the city's Measure B growth-control initiative. The developers initially proposed 724 new homes in the city. The 1986 Measure B mandate allows 500 new housing developments to be built in the city each year. The proposed developments were rated on a point scale last month by the Planning Commission.
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December 18, 1996 | KIMBERLY BROWER
A zoning amendment intended to facilitate outdoor seating by restaurants on their own property and on public sidewalks will be considered tonight by the City Council. The proposed code changes would streamline the review process and update the rules that San Clemente restaurants, coffeehouses and cafes must follow for outdoor eating areas.
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April 7, 1993 | ANNA CEKOLA
In a move applauded by business owners, the City Council this week backed away from a controversial rezoning plan for some properties in the Avenida Pico/Los Molinos commercial and industrial area. The move came as the City Council continues its review of the proposed General Plan update, the revised document that will guide planning and growth in the city for the next 20 years.
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February 6, 1990
A San Clemente community theater will ask the Planning Commission tonight for permission to expand by 1,300 square feet. The expansion will allow the Cabrillo Playhouse to build sets inside the theater and provide more dressing room space. "At the present, we really have no place for the actors to dress," said Ray Benedicktus, vice president of the San Clemente Community Theatre group that runs the playhouse.
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December 19, 1989 | WENDY PAULSON
A proposal to limit home heights and preserve views in this ocean-oriented city will be discussed Wednesday by the City Council, which earlier ordered a study of the idea but rejected a moratorium on home additions. The study recommends zoning-law changes that would create 25-foot height restrictions in neighborhoods with views that could be affected by second- and third-story additions to homes.
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December 18, 1996 | KIMBERLY BROWER
A zoning amendment intended to facilitate outdoor seating by restaurants on their own property and on public sidewalks will be considered tonight by the City Council. The proposed code changes would streamline the review process and update the rules that San Clemente restaurants, coffeehouses and cafes must follow for outdoor eating areas.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 1, 1989 | WENDY PAULSON
A proposal to open a jazz club in a neighborhood shopping center, an idea opposed by some neighbors, will be considered at tonight's meeting of the City Council. The owner of the shopping center, Ray Campbell, and his partner, jazz musician George Butts, seek permission to convert a former bank building at 1001 S. El Camino Real into a nightclub.
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November 17, 1989 | WENDY PAULSON
The San Clemente Planning Commission has voted to reject a proposal that would have placed restrictions on making single-story homes two or more stories. The commissioners agreed in a 3-0 vote with one abstention that a proposed 25-foot height limit for all houses in San Clemente would be too difficult to enforce because of the city's hilly terrain. "Uniformity is impossible," Commissioner Hal Joseph said. "You can't write an ordinance to treat San Clemente as one universe.
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November 20, 1996 | KIMBERLY BROWER
In a public hearing that could have broad implications, the City Council is to decide today whether to grant a couple's request to abandon an open-space easement on their property. Barbara and Dave Forman are asking the city to dissolve the easement on their 12.3-acre lot at 112 Via Mimosa. In a letter to the council dated Oct.
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January 5, 1994 | FRANK MESSINA
City planners hope that a policy going before the City Council tonight will slow the construction of illegal housing units in overpopulated, low-income neighborhoods. Planners would be able to challenge blueprints that contain extra rooms with outside access and plumbing that could easily be converted into illegal living quarters. Under the proposed ordinance, builders would either have to remove the plumbing and access from plans or specify that the room would not be rented out as living space.
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August 14, 1993 | BILL BILLITER and RENE LYNCH, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
The U.S. Department of Justice has entered into a neighborhood dispute involving the proposed conversion of a house into a commercially operated care home for handicapped elderly people. The Justice Department announced Friday it has filed a federal civil-rights suit to overturn a state court order's barring the proposed care home. The suit, filed Thursday in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles, charges that a neighborhood group, the Broadmoor Homeowners Assn.
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May 12, 1993 | ANNA CEKOLA
Wrapping up two years of work and debate, the City Council has approved an update to the community's General Plan, the first since 1982. The council concluded its work on the plan last week and will delay a final vote for six to eight weeks to make sure that all the wording in the plan is correct. The General Plan, which will guide planning and development in the city into the next century, will be available for a 30-day public verification review before the council's vote on the wording.
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April 7, 1993 | ANNA CEKOLA
In a move applauded by business owners, the City Council this week backed away from a controversial rezoning plan for some properties in the Avenida Pico/Los Molinos commercial and industrial area. The move came as the City Council continues its review of the proposed General Plan update, the revised document that will guide planning and growth in the city for the next 20 years.
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April 30, 1992 | GREG HERNANDEZ
Advocates for senior citizens are urging city officials to allow them to convert the city's bankrupt Ramada Inn into low-income housing for seniors, but the need for tax revenue may thwart their efforts. City Manager Michael W. Parness said Wednesday that although the hotel is bankrupt it continues to generate $75,000 to $115,000 in hotel bed taxes each year, making it the financially strapped city's largest bed tax contributor.
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November 3, 1989 | WENDY PAULSON
The City Council on Wednesday night approved a plan to open a neighborhood jazz club in a small shopping center, a move that many residents said would be a welcome addition to the beach community's night life. The action came after residents who live near the shopping center had blasted the proposal by Ray Campbell of San Clemente and local jazz saxophonist George Butts for a 140-seat nightclub.
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March 10, 1992 | GREG HERNANDEZ
In a compromise with neighbors, the First Baptist Church has agreed to change plans for a lighthouse-style steeple for its new church in order to protect the community's view. Under the agreement between the First Baptist Church and members of the Highland Light Homeowners Assn., the lighthouse will be built on lower ground in the church's parking lot. The dispute had threatened to pit the new neighbors against each other.
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