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April 21, 1994 | ANNA CEKOLA
The Board of Supervisors took more steps this week to deal with the shortage of affordable housing in Orange County, moving forward on projects in Santa Ana Heights and Stanton. Capping an unprecedented seven-month design competition known as "Breaking New Ground," the board approved a development team Tuesday for an apartment complex project in Santa Ana Heights. The county, acting as the Orange County Development Agency, originally received 21 proposals for its 3.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 21, 1994 | ANNA CEKOLA
The Board of Supervisors took more steps this week to deal with the shortage of affordable housing in Orange County, moving forward on projects in Santa Ana Heights and Stanton. Capping an unprecedented seven-month design competition known as "Breaking New Ground," the board approved a development team Tuesday for an apartment complex project in Santa Ana Heights. The county, acting as the Orange County Development Agency, originally received 21 proposals for its 3.
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April 16, 1990 | LAURA MICHAELIS
City officials say sticking points remain in the 10-year-old effort to annex Santa Ana Heights, primarily the cost of improving streets and sewers and building a new fire station. The 193-acre neighborhood just south of John Wayne Airport was historically a low-density housing area, said Kenneth Delino, executive assistant to the Newport Beach city manager. But in the last three years, the area has been divided into three zones: commercial, residential and equestrian.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 16, 1990 | LAURA MICHAELIS
City officials say sticking points remain in the 10-year-old effort to annex Santa Ana Heights, primarily the cost of improving streets and sewers and building a new fire station. The 193-acre neighborhood just south of John Wayne Airport was historically a low-density housing area, said Kenneth Delino, executive assistant to the Newport Beach city manager. But in the last three years, the area has been divided into three zones: commercial, residential and equestrian.
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