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Vision, but few details - OC Register 5/14/05

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  • Vision, but few details - OC Register 5/14/05

    Article from The OC Reigster available at ocregister.com (free registration required) - 5/14/05
    Vision, but few details
    Residents in path of Anaheim's Grand Parkway are unsure of how much they would receive in compensation, where they would go

    Anaheim - From her mobile home, Erica Cristobal sees a low-speed, narrow roadway where her two children can frolic safely with neighbor friends, whose tricycles and scooters sit in front yards.

    In the same spot, city officials imagine a tree-lined, pedestrian-friendly corridor with high-rise condos, shops and sidewalk cafes, much like the Champs-Elysees in Paris.

    City officials are taking the first step in realizing their vision with a proposal to remove three businesses and 91 homes, including Cristobal's, to clear space for a six-lane highway stretch between Angel Stadium and the Disneyland Resort area.
    My finger points.

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