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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 29, 1996 | BILL BILLITER
By a unanimous vote, the City Council this week approved measures for a possible annexation of land to the city. The action, if approved by the county's Local Agency Formation Commission, would add only about seven sites for new homes. However, it would be just the second annexation since Villa Park incorporated in 1962. The vacant land being sought is currently within the boundaries of Orange. The Orange City Council has already agreed to cede the isolated lots to Villa Park.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 3, 1997 | BILL BILLITER
Orange County's smallest city has big plans for the new year: more land and a larger Civic Building. The city expects the county Local Area Formation Commission in February to approve a proposed annexation of about five acres. That uninhabited land is now in neighboring Orange, which has already agreed to give up the territory. The two cities decided to redraw their boundaries because of a widening and straightening of two streets that form a common municipal border.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 3, 1997 | BILL BILLITER
Orange County's smallest city has big plans for the new year: more land and a larger Civic Building. The city expects the county Local Area Formation Commission in February to approve a proposed annexation of about five acres. That uninhabited land is now in neighboring Orange, which has already agreed to give up the territory. The two cities decided to redraw their boundaries because of a widening and straightening of two streets that form a common municipal border.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 29, 1996 | BILL BILLITER
By a unanimous vote, the City Council this week approved measures for a possible annexation of land to the city. The action, if approved by the county's Local Agency Formation Commission, would add only about seven sites for new homes. However, it would be just the second annexation since Villa Park incorporated in 1962. The vacant land being sought is currently within the boundaries of Orange. The Orange City Council has already agreed to cede the isolated lots to Villa Park.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 1, 1996 | BILL BILLITER
A boundary change with neighboring Orange is proceeding peacefully, officials said this week, even though the two cities have quarreled about land in the past. "It's a straightening out of a border that used to be zigzagged," Villa Park City Manager Fred Maley said. A recent improvement and realignment of Cerro Villa Drive and Mesa Drive made the change necessary, he said. Under the proposal, the cities would swap some land, with Villa Park posting a net gain of half a dozen unimproved lots.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 1, 1996 | BILL BILLITER
A boundary change with neighboring Orange is proceeding peacefully, officials said this week, even though the two cities have quarreled about land in the past. "It's a straightening out of a border that used to be zigzagged," Villa Park City Manager Fred Maley said. A recent improvement and realignment of Cerro Villa Drive and Mesa Drive made the change necessary, he said. Under the proposal, the cities would swap some land, with Villa Park posting a net gain of half a dozen unimproved lots.
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