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WHAT HAPPENED: The council heard a...

WHAT HAPPENED:

The council heard a proposal on the tennis courts at Irvine Bowl.

WHAT IT MEANS:

The city manager will consider ways in which the tennis courts

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could remain at or near their current location (possibly on top of a

level of parking or other type of building) while allowing Festival

improvements to continue.

Councilman Paul Freeman was absent.

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WHAT HAPPENED:

The council adopted the ordinance that established the grease

control training deadline to Jan. 1, 2003.

WHAT IT MEANS:

Food service establishments must train their employees on

effective grease control measures.

WHAT HAPPENED:

The council adopted a zoning ordinance to rezone Lagunita

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neighborhood.

WHAT IT MEANS:

The new ordinance creates the a zone specific to Lagunita that is

between Victoria Beach and Blue Lagoon.

WHAT HAPPENED:

The council denied a proposal from the Laguna Craft Guild to

schedule 16 shows in 2003 on Main Beach.

WHAT IT MEANS:

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The guild will hold 14 shows.

WHAT HAPPENED:

The council heard a proposal on the appeal of an administrative

determination that denied the revocation of building permits at 955

and 961 S. Coast Highway.

WHAT IT MEANS:

A hearing will be held Oct. 15 to allow more time to receive a

response from the applicant regarding staking. Residents of an

apartment building and the owners of that building argued that the

properties requesting building permits improperly staked the height

of the proposed buildings and did not adequately notify residents who

will be affected by the new buildings.

WHAT HAPPENED:

The council heard an appeal of an administrative decision

regarding Laguna Club for Kids.

WHAT IT MEANS:

Laguna Club for Kids will not have to go before the Design Review

Board for authorization to paint their building, which is on city

property. The club owns the building but leases the land from the

city.


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