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October 16, 1997
A retail and entertainment development is being proposed in Signal Hill that would be as large as the other major shopping center in town and include the city's first movie theaters. The proposed 27-acre development on Atlantic Boulevard would include a supermarket, bookstore and retail shops. "There really has not been much interest before in this site," said Debbie Rich, Signal Hill's director of economic development.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 16, 1997
A retail and entertainment development is being proposed in Signal Hill that would be as large as the other major shopping center in town and include the city's first movie theaters. The proposed 27-acre development on Atlantic Boulevard would include a supermarket, bookstore and retail shops. "There really has not been much interest before in this site," said Debbie Rich, Signal Hill's director of economic development.
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November 28, 1991 | ROXANA KOPETMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Unable to reach an agreement with Signal Hill officials, an Irvine-based development company has announced that it plans to scale back its proposed project for this small city's hilltop. Southwest Diversified Inc., the largest landowner in Signal Hill, will modify its design and develop 450 apartments, condominiums and houses on mostly vacant land once covered by oil wells.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 5, 1995 | J. MICHAEL KENNEDY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Over at Curley's Cafe, the self-proclaimed home of the best chili for miles around, a bunch of the boys were leaning against the bar, downing their beers or something a little stronger in the middle of the afternoon. They were oil men, most of them, having a couple after getting off work, not quite ready to head home. Outside of Curley's, a dark green oil pump bobbed in the parking lot, just as hundreds of others do here in Signal Hill.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 5, 1995 | J. MICHAEL KENNEDY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Over at Curley's Cafe, the self-proclaimed home of the best chili for miles around, a bunch of the boys were leaning against the bar, downing their beers or something a little stronger in the middle of the afternoon. They were oil men, most of them, having a couple after getting off work, not quite ready to head home. Outside of Curley's, a dark green oil pump bobbed in the parking lot, just as hundreds of others do here in Signal Hill.
BUSINESS
November 28, 1991 | ROXANA KOPETMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Unable to reach an agreement with Signal Hill officials, an Irvine-based development company has announced that it plans to scale back its proposed project for this small city's hilltop. Southwest Diversified Inc., the largest landowner in Signal Hill, will modify its design and develop 450 apartments, condominiums and houses on mostly vacant land once covered by oil wells.
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