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Transit oriented development in Santa Ana gets a boost from a State Grant

Transit Oriented Development Gets Boost From State Grant From Mayor Miguel Pulido’s July, 2015 Newsletter C&C Development’s project, The Depot at Santiago, was recently awarded a $3.9 million state grant through the b (AHSC), a program created to fund capital improvements that reduce greenhouse gas emissions by reducing the number of miles that people drive. The

 
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The Santa Ana-Garden Grove Streetcar Project

Santa Ana-Garden Grove Streetcar Project By: Mayor Miguel Pulido Located in the center of Orange County, California, Santa Ana is the county seat and the fifth most densely populated city in the United States with a population of 300,000 or more. The streetcar will serve the historic downtown of our thriving, energetic city which includes government

 
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Santa Ana sues state over redevelopment money

Santa Ana sues state over redevelopment money   Eileen Frere, ABC News  SANTA ANA, Calif. (KABC) — The city of Santa Ana is suing the state over its demand to return millions in redevelopment money, officials said. Work on a 41-unit low-income apartment housing for developmentally disabled people in Santa Ana is about 75 percent

 
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How the O.C. High School of the Arts ended up in Santa Ana

Arts School Survives Early Setbacks From: Musings on the Coast, the Laguna Beach Independent By: Michael Ray A high school music teacher named Ralph Opacic founded the Orange County High School of the Arts (OCHSA) in 1987. By the late 1990s, it had some 400 students and was at an excess school site in Los

 
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The Birth of the Discovery Science Center, Part Two

Graceful Endings and Transitions From: Musings on the Coast, the Laguna Beach Independent By: Michael Ray In my last column, I wrote about the founding of the Taco Bell Discovery Science Center (DSC) in Santa Ana. Its founders were my brother Walkie and his wife Janet. A week before the official opening, City Manager Dave

 
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The Birth of the Discovery Science Center

The Birth of the Discovery Science Center From: Musings on the Coast, the Laguna Beach Independent By: Michael Ray Earlier, I described the non-profit Art Spaces Irvine (ASI) and its program to put public art in Irvine, a program eventually killed by then Irvine City Councilwoman Christina Shea. Nevertheless, out of ASI came two seminal

 
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