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January 18, 1989 | TRACEY KAPLAN, Times Staff Writer
The Renaissance Pleasure Faire could be held this spring on a 130-acre site between Thousand Oaks and Moorpark if Ventura County approves a permit for use of the property, officials said Tuesday. Phyllis Patterson, the fair's founder and general manager, said a one-year lease has been signed with Watt Consolidated Partnership of Santa Monica to rent the land for eight consecutive weekends beginning May 6.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 18, 1989 | TRACEY KAPLAN, Times Staff Writer
The Renaissance Pleasure Faire could be held this spring on a 130-acre site between Thousand Oaks and Moorpark if Ventura County approves a permit for use of the property, officials said Tuesday. Phyllis Patterson, the fair's founder and general manager, said a one-year lease has been signed with Watt Consolidated Partnership of Santa Monica to rent the land for eight consecutive weekends beginning May 6.
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March 9, 1989 | TRACEY KAPLAN, Times Staff Writer
An application to hold the Renaissance Pleasure Faire on a site in eastern Ventura County will be withdrawn because of growing opposition from area residents, an official said Wednesday. Kevin Patterson, the fair's community outreach director, said another Southern California community is willing to have the festival during the same time period, although he declined to identify the community or to say whether it is in the Los Angeles area.
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January 20, 1989 | TRACEY KAPLAN, Times Staff Writer
Renaissance Pleasure Faire officials will commission a traffic study they believe will show Moorpark residents that holding the fair in eastern Ventura County would not choke local streets, a festival official said Thursday. Phyllis Patterson, the fair's founder and general manager, said the study is necessary to reassure Moorpark residents, many of whom oppose the use of a proposed fair site between Moorpark and Thousand Oaks because of concerns over increased traffic.
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