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December 27, 1995 | BILL BILLITER
A multipurpose trail that would offer a number of possibilities for youth recreation activities has won an endorsement from the City Council. The proposed Tustin Ranch Trail Project, approved unanimously by the council, calls for converting an abandoned Southern Pacific Railroad spur into a trail. The spur runs from the Santa Ana River in Orange to Newport Boulevard in Tustin, with part of the route going through Villa Park.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 27, 1995 | BILL BILLITER
A multipurpose trail that would offer a number of possibilities for youth recreation activities has won an endorsement from the City Council. The proposed Tustin Ranch Trail Project, approved unanimously by the council, calls for converting an abandoned Southern Pacific Railroad spur into a trail. The spur runs from the Santa Ana River in Orange to Newport Boulevard in Tustin, with part of the route going through Villa Park.
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November 17, 1995 | LESLEY WRIGHT
The city has agreed to join Tustin, Villa Park and Orange County in seeking federal funds to turn an abandoned railroad bed into a bike and walking trail. The project, called the Tustin Branch Bicycle Trail, had been stalled by homeowner protests but was approved by the City Council on Tuesday after residents heard assurances from the California Department of Transportation that the trail would not increase crime in the area.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 17, 1995 | LESLEY WRIGHT
The city has agreed to join Tustin, Villa Park and Orange County in seeking federal funds to turn an abandoned railroad bed into a bike and walking trail. The project, called the Tustin Branch Bicycle Trail, had been stalled by homeowner protests but was approved by the City Council on Tuesday after residents heard assurances from the California Department of Transportation that the trail would not increase crime in the area.
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