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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 19, 1998
After years of wrangling and despite a crush of opposition, the City Council early Wednesday approved the Bixby Ranch Co.'s plan to build homes and a busy retail center in northern Seal Beach. The 4-1 vote came after two marathon council sessions lasting a total of 10 hours and criticism from more than 3,000 residents who signed petitions against the project that they said would pave over much of the largest plots of land that remain undeveloped in Seal Beach.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 23, 1998 | HARRISON SHEPPARD
Planning commissioners are expected to rule next month on controversial development plans for the 218-acre Bixby Ranch property. More than 100 Seal Beach and Rossmoor residents showed up at a hearing Wednesday night to denounce the project. Speaker after speaker told the Planning Commission--which postponed action to Nov. 4 when Bixby Ranch Co. will make its rebuttal--that the project would bring too much traffic and hurt business at the nearby Rossmoor Center.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 21, 1998 | HARRISON SHEPPARD
The Planning Commission tonight tackles the controversial Bixby Ranch development plan, which seeks to turn a 218-acre parcel into a retail and commercial complex with a variety of uses. The property, off Seal Beach Boulevard north of Lampson Avenue, currently holds a 117-acre golf course and vacant land. The Bixby Ranch Co.'s goals: * Build a 25-acre Old Ranch Towne Center, including commercial buildings and stores, a community police center, restaurants and a service station.
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