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November 10, 1999 | Kenneth Ma, 949-249-2157
The city met with members of a homeowners association Monday to continue discussing a proposed 18-hole golf course at the end of Camino Las Ramblas. The proposal calls for the development of a 180-acre golf course, restaurant, pro shop and clubhouse in a residential neighborhood. Members of Ocean Pointe told the city and the developer they oppose the golf course because it would increase traffic and noise and eliminate natural open space.
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November 10, 1999 | Kenneth Ma, 949-249-2157
The city met with members of a homeowners association Monday to continue discussing a proposed 18-hole golf course at the end of Camino Las Ramblas. The proposal calls for the development of a 180-acre golf course, restaurant, pro shop and clubhouse in a residential neighborhood. Members of Ocean Pointe told the city and the developer they oppose the golf course because it would increase traffic and noise and eliminate natural open space.
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November 22, 1996 | KIMBERLY BROWER and JOHN POPE and BILL BILLITER
City Council members went to bat recently for sluggers in the San Juan Capistrano Little League, voting for a new baseball field at the city's Sports Park. Under the plan, the park's existing softball diamond would be converted during Little League season, February through June, to a baseball field exclusively for senior and major league players 10 to 15 years old. Some residents have opposed the new field, saying that it will have a negative effect on other local sports organizations.
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March 14, 1998 | SUSAN DEEMER
The city may spend $1.9 million to build a gymnasium at the planned Community Center, a proposal that comes years earlier than expected because of a recent $2.6-million sale of surplus land. "We could begin work on the gym three to five years earlier than we expected," said Sharon Heider, the city's open-space project manager. The city started construction on the $6-million Community Center in November and expects the first phase to be completed by August.
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March 14, 1998 | SUSAN DEEMER
The city may spend $1.9 million to build a gymnasium at the planned Community Center, a proposal that comes years earlier than expected because of a recent $2.6-million sale of surplus land. "We could begin work on the gym three to five years earlier than we expected," said Sharon Heider, the city's open-space project manager. The city started construction on the $6-million Community Center in November and expects the first phase to be completed by August.
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January 21, 1997 | KIMBERLY BROWER
The City Council tonight will consider whether to contribute funds to build a baseball field for San Juan Capistrano Little League at the Sports Park. Last November, the council approved a staff recommendation to construct a field at the park for an estimated $35,214 to be shared by Little League and city. However, on Jan. 6, the league's contractor revised his proposal for the project, raising the construction costs to $58,225.
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January 6, 1995 | JEFF BEAN
The City Council has postponed for a month a decision that would allow Dana Point soccer leagues to use playing fields planned here. The Dana Point City Council had earmarked $110,000 toward the construction of three soccer fields, but a facility-use agreement between the two cities was put on hold Tuesday until Feb. 7, because of the county's financial trouble and its possible effects on Dana Point's budget. The delay was recommended by San Juan Capistrano officials.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 21, 1997 | KIMBERLY BROWER
The City Council tonight will consider whether to contribute funds to build a baseball field for San Juan Capistrano Little League at the Sports Park. Last November, the council approved a staff recommendation to construct a field at the park for an estimated $35,214 to be shared by Little League and city. However, on Jan. 6, the league's contractor revised his proposal for the project, raising the construction costs to $58,225.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 22, 1996 | KIMBERLY BROWER and JOHN POPE and BILL BILLITER
City Council members went to bat recently for sluggers in the San Juan Capistrano Little League, voting for a new baseball field at the city's Sports Park. Under the plan, the park's existing softball diamond would be converted during Little League season, February through June, to a baseball field exclusively for senior and major league players 10 to 15 years old. Some residents have opposed the new field, saying that it will have a negative effect on other local sports organizations.
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January 6, 1995 | JEFF BEAN
The City Council has postponed for a month a decision that would allow Dana Point soccer leagues to use playing fields planned here. The Dana Point City Council had earmarked $110,000 toward the construction of three soccer fields, but a facility-use agreement between the two cities was put on hold Tuesday until Feb. 7, because of the county's financial trouble and its possible effects on Dana Point's budget. The delay was recommended by San Juan Capistrano officials.
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