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August 16, 1991 | JON NALICK
The operator of a nude dancing club closed by Westminster police in January has started a similar club in Stanton that remains open despite the city's efforts to shut it down. Sheriff's deputies closed TJ's Theater in a shopping center at 10350 Beach Blvd. within hours of its Aug. 5 opening because owner Theron M. Smith had not obtained a city permit for live entertainment. However, Smith obtained a court order on Monday allowing him to operate pending an Aug. 30 hearing in U.S.
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November 6, 2000 | Judy Silber, (714) 966-5988
The Planning Commission last week approved the rezoning of a lot on Bell Street. The zoning change clears the way for construction of nine single-family homes on the .85-acre site. The lot was originally zoned a medium residential development area that authorized construction of apartments or condominiums. The rezoning turns the lot into a planned development area, allowing developers to build the single-family homes.
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August 31, 1999 | Judy Silber, (714) 966-5988
The City Council agreed last week to a change in its zoning regulations that will permit McDonald's and Sizzler restaurants and a Blockbuster Video to open on Beach Boulevard. Councilman Alexander Ethans said that the area affected by the change has a lot of empty space. "We want to get new businesses in there," he said.
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August 31, 1999 | Judy Silber, (714) 966-5988
The City Council agreed last week to a change in its zoning regulations that will permit McDonald's and Sizzler restaurants and a Blockbuster Video to open on Beach Boulevard. Councilman Alexander Ethans said that the area affected by the change has a lot of empty space. "We want to get new businesses in there," he said.
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April 22, 1999 | Crystal Carreon, (714) 966-7835
Planning commissioners on Wednesday approved the construction of a vehicle repair shop on the same property as a tree trimming business on Court Street. The property consists of five lots totaling 24,249 square feet. The north half is paved and used to service and repair tree-trimming vehicles. Applicant Scott Griffiths agreed to construct a trash enclosure to remove tree-trimming waste and scrap parts.
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August 28, 1992 | IRIS YOKOI
New adult businesses such as massage parlors, escort services and adult bookstores will not be allowed to set up in the city for another year. The City Council on Tuesday extended its temporary ban on adult stores for an additional year to allow consultants more time to revise city zoning and development ordinances governing such businesses. The city placed a ban on adult businesses in September, 1991, as it began conducting a routine review of the types of uses allowed.
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February 9, 1990 | CHRISTOPHER ELLIOTT
Under pressure from renters at the Katella Estates Mobile Home Park, the city's Planning Commission has postponed a decision on whether to allow the installation of a cellular phone antenna nearby. Pacific Telesis Co. wants to install a 63-foot transmitter on Central Avenue, about 12 feet away from the mobile home park. Residents have agreed to meet with Pac Tel officials later this month to discuss what residents fear are the hazards of living next to the transmitter.
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January 25, 1991 | JON NALICK
The City Council approved a "major overhaul" of its residential zoning codes this week to better regulate businesses based in homes. "I think it's a piece of legislation that we needed on the books," Mayor Sal Sapien said. "We're tightening the home occupation codes, and it's going to give us a little more control over home occupations." The revisions include requirements for more information on the business license application and collection of a new license fee.
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November 18, 1989
Local apartment and condominium owners should find it easier to sell their property now that city officials have recommended specific changes in the nonconforming-use provisions of the city's zoning regulations. Agreeing with the recommendations of the city's planning manager, the City Council decided to reaffirm its intent to modify amortization and reconstruction provisions in the zoning code that would make overly dense apartments and condominiums in the city more attractive to lenders.
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November 20, 1989 | PEGGY HESKETH
Wedged between a small mobile home park and a concrete block of machine shops and auto repair garages, the West Orange County Stephouse blends unobtrusively into its faded stucco-and-chain-link surroundings. During the day, when its residents are at work, the Stephouse on the corner of Dale and Central avenues in Stanton is mostly deserted, except by a burly house manager, a cook and Rocky the guard dog.
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February 7, 1995 | TOM RAGAN
Fearful that crime, illegal parking and late-night noise will return to their neighborhood, some Bock Avenue residents have urged the Planning Commission not to rezone the area to allow a dental office on their street. Six residents attending last week's meeting told commissioners what their neighborhood was like six years ago, when a medical facility was at the site where the dentist's office is being proposed, on the southwest corner of Western and Bock avenues.
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July 12, 1993 | DAVID HALDANE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
At first glance, the 2 1/2-mile stretch of Beach Boulevard from Cerritos Avenue to the Garden Grove Freeway looks pretty much like any other section of the road. There is a Der Wienerschnitzel here, not far from a doughnut shop and a Del Taco. A large 99-Cent-Only store vies for customers near a shop specializing in antique Ford parts. And set back along both sides of the road, an array of apartment buildings and houses provides thousands of residences.
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August 28, 1992 | IRIS YOKOI
New adult businesses such as massage parlors, escort services and adult bookstores will not be allowed to set up in the city for another year. The City Council on Tuesday extended its temporary ban on adult stores for an additional year to allow consultants more time to revise city zoning and development ordinances governing such businesses. The city placed a ban on adult businesses in September, 1991, as it began conducting a routine review of the types of uses allowed.
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May 12, 1992 | TERRY SPENCER
A former mayor and police chief filed suit against the city Monday in Orange County Superior Court, alleging that the City Council has engaged in a "political pay-back" by not forcing a neighbor of his to obey zoning laws. Edward L. Allen, who served as councilman from 1985 to 1990 and police chief from 1960 to 1965, maintains that council members have allowed Lowell D.
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