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April 6, 1993 | PATRICK McCARTNEY
The Santa Paula City Council rejected a request Monday to waive all city fees and reviews of plans for smaller building projects, setting the stage for a possible petition drive by the business leaders who proposed the waiver. Despite voicing sympathy for merchants who are frustrated by what they see as excessive red tape, the council rejected the proposal to waive all fees on projects where the cost of materials is less than $2,500.
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July 20, 1997 | NICK GREEN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
For generations, the Limoneira Co. and this Santa Clara Valley city grew and prospered together, the farm company's powerful owners playing an influential role in shaping the community. But in recent years the fortunes of Santa Paula and Limoneira--who share common founders--diverged. The city became Ventura County's poor stepchild, its sagging economy reflected in its timeworn downtown. The 104-year-old Limoneira Co., in contrast, grew to become the county's largest farming enterprise.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 27, 1993 | TINA DAUNT
A Santa Barbara judge has denied the request of a Ventura County group to amend its lawsuit alleging that the environmental studies on the county's new jail are inadequate. Although Superior Court Judge Ronald C. Stevens did not say in his ruling last week why he would not allow Citizens to Save the Greenbelt to amend its complaint, Ventura County attorneys had argued that the deadline for amendments had passed. Asst. County Counsel Robert R.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 20, 1997 | NICK GREEN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
For generations, the Limoneira Co. and this Santa Clara Valley city grew and prospered together, the farm company's powerful owners playing an influential role in shaping the community. But in recent years the fortunes of Santa Paula and Limoneira--who share common founders--diverged. The city became Ventura County's poor stepchild, its sagging economy reflected in its timeworn downtown. The 104-year-old Limoneira Co., in contrast, grew to become the county's largest farming enterprise.
BUSINESS
February 15, 1994 | Jack Searles
While giant exhibitors have been struggling against opposition to proposed movie theaters in Camarillo, a relatively small Honolulu-based firm has quietly sailed through the approval process and is about to build a 1,300-seat multiscreen complex in downtown Santa Paula. The seven-screen multiplex, to be called Santa Paula Center 7 Cinemas, should be completed no later than November at a cost of more than $1 million, reports Scott C. Wallace, president and chief executive of Wallace Theatre Corp.
NEWS
July 20, 1997 | NICK GREEN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
For generations, the Limoneira Co. and this Santa Clara Valley city grew and prospered together, the farm company's powerful owners playing an influential role in shaping the community. But in recent years the fortunes of Santa Paula and Limoneira--who share common founders--diverged. The city became Ventura County's poor stepchild, its sagging economy reflected in its timeworn downtown. The 104-year-old Limoneira Co., in contrast, grew to become the county's largest farming enterprise.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 20, 1997 | NICK GREEN, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
For generations, the Limoneira Co. and this Santa Clara Valley city grew and prospered together, the farm company's powerful owners playing an influential role in shaping the community. But in recent years the fortunes of Santa Paula and Limoneira--who share common founders--diverged. The city became Ventura County's poor stepchild, its sagging economy reflected in its timeworn downtown. The 104-year-old Limoneira Co., in contrast, grew to become the county's largest farming enterprise.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 5, 1993 | TINA DAUNT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As construction continues on Ventura County's Todd Road jail on a lemon grove west of Santa Paula, a group of environmentalists have stepped up their efforts to undermine the new lockup. A Santa Barbara Superior Court judge in less than two weeks will consider a request by the group Citizens to Save the Green Belt to halt construction of a flood wall along the Todd Barranca, which is just west of the jail site.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 19, 1993 | PATRICK McCARTNEY
The Santa Paula City Council probably will not replace or discipline a planning commissioner accused of insensitivity when the council reviews the complaint at its regular meeting tonight, council members said. The chairman of the Planning Commission, W. John Kulwiec, came under fire from businessman Zahid Shah after he criticized Shah's plan to renovate a 10th Street service station at a commission hearing in March.
BUSINESS
February 15, 1994 | Jack Searles
While giant exhibitors have been struggling against opposition to proposed movie theaters in Camarillo, a relatively small Honolulu-based firm has quietly sailed through the approval process and is about to build a 1,300-seat multiscreen complex in downtown Santa Paula. The seven-screen multiplex, to be called Santa Paula Center 7 Cinemas, should be completed no later than November at a cost of more than $1 million, reports Scott C. Wallace, president and chief executive of Wallace Theatre Corp.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 27, 1993 | TINA DAUNT
A Santa Barbara judge has denied the request of a Ventura County group to amend its lawsuit alleging that the environmental studies on the county's new jail are inadequate. Although Superior Court Judge Ronald C. Stevens did not say in his ruling last week why he would not allow Citizens to Save the Greenbelt to amend its complaint, Ventura County attorneys had argued that the deadline for amendments had passed. Asst. County Counsel Robert R.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 19, 1993 | PATRICK McCARTNEY
The Santa Paula City Council probably will not replace or discipline a planning commissioner accused of insensitivity when the council reviews the complaint at its regular meeting tonight, council members said. The chairman of the Planning Commission, W. John Kulwiec, came under fire from businessman Zahid Shah after he criticized Shah's plan to renovate a 10th Street service station at a commission hearing in March.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 6, 1993 | PATRICK McCARTNEY
The Santa Paula City Council rejected a request Monday to waive all city fees and reviews of plans for smaller building projects, setting the stage for a possible petition drive by the business leaders who proposed the waiver. Despite voicing sympathy for merchants who are frustrated by what they see as excessive red tape, the council rejected the proposal to waive all fees on projects where the cost of materials is less than $2,500.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 5, 1993 | TINA DAUNT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As construction continues on Ventura County's Todd Road jail on a lemon grove west of Santa Paula, a group of environmentalists have stepped up their efforts to undermine the new lockup. A Santa Barbara Superior Court judge in less than two weeks will consider a request by the group Citizens to Save the Green Belt to halt construction of a flood wall along the Todd Barranca, which is just west of the jail site.
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