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April 24, 1993 | ANNA CEKOLA
The City Council moved closer this week toward updating the city's General Plan, which will guide planning and growth for the next 20 years. Much of the debate at a 4 1/2-hour hearing on the plan Wednesday focused on the land-use or zoning designations proposed in the plan.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 1, 1993 | ANNA CEKOLA
Residents and property owners are being urged to attend a public workshop Thursday about the comprehensive update planned for the city's zoning ordinance. City officials are seeking public opinion about needed revisions in the zoning ordinance, which contains most of the rules and regulations for residential, commercial and industrial development in the city. Officials say revisions are needed to make the code consistent with goals and policies set in the city's recently adopted General Plan.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 1, 1993 | ANNA CEKOLA
Residents and property owners are being urged to attend a public workshop Thursday about the comprehensive update planned for the city's zoning ordinance. City officials are seeking public opinion about needed revisions in the zoning ordinance, which contains most of the rules and regulations for residential, commercial and industrial development in the city. Officials say revisions are needed to make the code consistent with goals and policies set in the city's recently adopted General Plan.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 24, 1993 | ANNA CEKOLA
The City Council moved closer this week toward updating the city's General Plan, which will guide planning and growth for the next 20 years. Much of the debate at a 4 1/2-hour hearing on the plan Wednesday focused on the land-use or zoning designations proposed in the plan.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 17, 1985 | STEVEN DE SALVO
Some Pacific Bell telephone customers may be mildly surprised when they open this month's mail and find a higher phone bill. The reason is that some local telephone calls that once were free for many residents now carry pay-per-minute rates. The rate change, which went into effect March 1, was made to lower rates for San Clemente area customers, said Steve Gould, Pacific Bell spokesman. "Some customers in the San Clemente area were paying toll rates for calls made to only El Toro or Irvine.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 17, 1985 | STEVEN DE SALVO
Some Pacific Bell telephone customers may be mildly surprised when they open this month's mail and find a higher phone bill. The reason is that some local telephone calls that once were free for many residents now carry pay-per-minute rates. The rate change, which went into effect March 1, was made to lower rates for San Clemente area customers, said Steve Gould, Pacific Bell spokesman. "Some customers in the San Clemente area were paying toll rates for calls made to only El Toro or Irvine.
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