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Tustin Ca Development And Redevelopment

CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 19, 2000 | ELAINE GALE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In a world obsessed with mega-malls and multiplexes, the charms of more quiet corners tend to get overlooked. But merchants in Old Town Tustin are out to change that--at least for their tree-lined brick streets. If the Tustin Old Town Assn.'s application with the California Trade and Commerce Agency goes through, the area would become the first Orange County community to earn the "Main Street" designation. And with that designation comes marketing and economic muscle.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 23, 2000 | Marissa Espino, (714) 966-5879
The North Tustin Advisory Committee unanimously voted 5 to 0 Wednesday night against rezoning the 6.3-acre parcel of land on Newport Avenue and 17th Street from residential to commercial. Some residents don't want to see the vacant lot turned into a strip mall and are fighting to stop the development of the proposed North Tustin Village Project. Others welcome an upscale grocery store, restaurant and specialty shops in the unincorporated community.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 28, 2000 | MARISSA ESPINO, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
The recent release of an environment impact report on rezoning a 6.3-acre parcel of land from residential to commercial has stirred up the community. Some residents don't want to see the lot at 17th Street and Newport Avenue turned into a strip mall and are fighting to stop the development of the proposed North Tustin Village Project. Others welcome an upscale grocery store, restaurant and specialty shops in this unincorporated community.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 26, 2000 | By KAREN ALEXANDER,
From a distance, the meandering residential streets at the former Marine Corps Air Station in Tustin look much like the sleepy tree-lined cul-de-sacs of so many thriving master-planned communities in Orange County. Handsome duplexes, townhouses and apartment clusters fan out from a beckoning neighborhood playground. Baseball fields are a short walk away. But like the rest of the former military base, the dwellings that officers and their families once called home have been vacant since July.
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