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January 18, 1990 | GREG HERNANDEZ and LILY ENG
To reduce overcrowding in central city neighborhoods, the City Council has unanimously approved an amendment to the general plan restricting the building of high-density apartment complexes. The amendment reduces the number of apartment units allowed from 35 to 15 per acre in the city's downtown and Civic Center areas. "This is part of our strategy to bring the quality of life back to our residential neighborhoods," said Mayor Daniel H.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 20, 1990 | LILY ENG
The leader of a Santa Ana citizens advisory group Tuesday defended its recommendation that police cooperate more with immigration authorities to stem the flow of illegal aliens into the city. But Don Hertel, chairman of the Mayor's Task Force on Neighborhood Standards and Preservation, agreed with critics who charged that membership of the task force inadequately reflected the population of Santa Ana, where more than half of the city's 235,000 residents are Latino.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 20, 1990 | LILY ENG
The leader of a Santa Ana citizens advisory group Tuesday defended its recommendation that police cooperate more with immigration authorities to stem the flow of illegal aliens into the city. But Don Hertel, chairman of the Mayor's Task Force on Neighborhood Standards and Preservation, agreed with critics who charged that membership of the task force inadequately reflected the population of Santa Ana, where more than half of the city's 235,000 residents are Latino.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 18, 1990 | GREG HERNANDEZ and LILY ENG
To reduce overcrowding in central city neighborhoods, the City Council has unanimously approved an amendment to the general plan restricting the building of high-density apartment complexes. The amendment reduces the number of apartment units allowed from 35 to 15 per acre in the city's downtown and Civic Center areas. "This is part of our strategy to bring the quality of life back to our residential neighborhoods," said Mayor Daniel H.
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