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August 19, 1989 | KEVIN O'LEARY, Times Staff Writer
The federal government has agreed to give up land to allow completion of a critical stretch of Alicia Parkway in South County, Rep. C. Christopher Cox (R-Newport Beach) said Friday. The written pledge was made by General Services Administration Regional Administrator Edwin W. Thomas in a letter Aug. 14, restating a 9-year-old commitment "in black and white and removing any ambiguity about the federal government's willingness to live up to the original promise," Cox said.
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September 19, 1991 | PSYCHE PASCUAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Beverly Hills developer is being investigated on suspicion of illegally altering a Thousand Oaks stream in the course of building a sewer line, a state Fish and Game official said Wednesday. Wardens, acting on a complaint by the Sierra Club, are expected next week to inspect work done by Shapell Industries on a section of the stream known as the Arroyo Conejo, said Gordon Cribbs, head of the agency's regulatory patrol. The investigation could take several weeks, Cribbs said.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 19, 1991 | PSYCHE PASCUAL, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Beverly Hills developer is being investigated on suspicion of illegally altering a Thousand Oaks stream in the course of building a sewer line, a state Fish and Game official said Wednesday. Wardens, acting on a complaint by the Sierra Club, are expected next week to inspect work done by Shapell Industries on a section of the stream known as the Arroyo Conejo, said Gordon Cribbs, head of the agency's regulatory patrol. The investigation could take several weeks, Cribbs said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 19, 1989 | KEVIN O'LEARY, Times Staff Writer
The federal government has agreed to give up land to allow completion of a critical stretch of Alicia Parkway in South County, Rep. C. Christopher Cox (R-Newport Beach) said Friday. The written pledge was made by General Services Administration Regional Administrator Edwin W. Thomas in a letter Aug. 14, restating a 9-year-old commitment "in black and white and removing any ambiguity about the federal government's willingness to live up to the original promise," Cox said.
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May 24, 1996 | FRANK MESSINA
Despite an outcry from neighbors to delay plans to build a $526,000 community park, the City Council decided this week that it was time to move forward with the project. The council did give residents two weeks to respond to a handful of minor changes but made it clear that the council will vote at the next meeting, on June 4, to start construction of Clipper Cove Park. Several homeowners who live near the 4.
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September 10, 1997 | COLL METCALFE
City planning commissioners approved a medium-sized apartment complex to be built near several large industrial centers on the corner of Lawrence Drive and Rancho Conejo Boulevard. The 4-1 vote came after representatives from Shappel Industries, developers of the proposed 6.7-acre complex, agreed to several city-mandated measures to mitigate potential residential concerns regarding noise and traffic.
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