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November 22, 1996
South Gate has extended a year-old moratorium on recycling centers so that city officials can decide how to regulate such facilities. No recycling businesses will be eligible for a city business permit for at least another year while planners work out a set of guidelines intended to safeguard the appearance of property along the city's main thoroughfares. "The city has not taken a position that [it is] against these types of uses," senior planner Karen Bell said.
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September 22, 1998 | HUGO MARTIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Since Hermila Sanchez and her husband, Miguel, painted their beige South Gate home a light turquoise with white trim, they have noticed some passing neighbors giving the small stucco house disapproving looks. "I say if they don't like it they can come help us paint it another color," Hermila Sanchez said good-naturedly from her front porch. Her neighbors may not have a say in the color, but the city of South Gate soon may.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 22, 1998 | HUGO MARTIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Since Hermila Sanchez and her husband, Miguel, painted their beige South Gate home a light turquoise with white trim, they have noticed some passing neighbors giving the small stucco house disapproving looks. "I say if they don't like it they can come help us paint it another color," Hermila Sanchez said good-naturedly from her front porch. Her neighbors may not have a say in the color, but the city of South Gate soon may.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 22, 1996
South Gate has extended a year-old moratorium on recycling centers so that city officials can decide how to regulate such facilities. No recycling businesses will be eligible for a city business permit for at least another year while planners work out a set of guidelines intended to safeguard the appearance of property along the city's main thoroughfares. "The city has not taken a position that [it is] against these types of uses," senior planner Karen Bell said.
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