Anaheim Bulletin, October 1, 1992

Anaheim Bulletin

October 01, 1992

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Anaheim Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 1, 1992, Anaheim, California Anaheim Bulletin NORTH COUNTY NEWS COUNCILParty hosts get bill By Vesta Riggs North County News Anaheim police who respond to loud parties more than once can now bill offending hosts up to 51,000 for keeping the peace. The City Council unanimously adopted an ordinance Tuesday that allows the city to collect the cost of police services for second and subsequent responses to loud parties on private property between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. Police Chief Joseph Molloy said the ordinance became necessary when department officials realized they were receiving as many as 700 loud party calls some months. "Loud and unreasonable noise" is defined in the ordinance as that which disturbs one or more persons of "ordinary sensibilities." Officers responding to an initial call at a loud party will notify the hosts in writing that the hosts will be billed for any further police response within 24 hours. Molloy said he doesn't expect the new process to generate much revenue for the city because a written warning will compel violators to comply, making a second visit unnecessary. In other action, councilmen voted unanimously to rezone property in the Anaheim Auto Center to allow construction of a CIGNA medical office building. Owners of neighboring auto dealers had opposed changing the zone designation of 1320-1382 Auto Center Drive when the request was approved by planning commissioners in June. JT H RANGE ^COUHTY SNAPSHOT M. Loren Hernandez/North County News James Murphy, a 7-year-old international karate champion, practices his punch at a recent class at Steve Spry Karate institute in Anaheim. Youth karate classes are offered through the city's Parks, Recreation and Community Services department EXCHANGESharing the wealth Co-op program allows members to feed their own By Anne M. Peterson North County News Patricia French was skeptical when she first heard about a food program her father gave $13 to and didn't receive anything for about three weeks. "My dad never gave away money without getting something in return," the Anaheim resident said. Now, four years and many donated hours later, French is the Orange County volunteer coordinator of Self Help and Research Exchange (SHARE) food cooperative program. Although only distributed in four Orange County locations, for $13 a family or individual can receive a food package that can feed a family of four for a week and one person for nearly a month. The only requirement for receiving a food package is a person has to donate two hours of community service. French began working with the program when she found herself not making enough money to support herself and her daughter. "If it wasn't for this program, I wouldn't be able to make it," she said. "I can save money through this and pay my bills and become independent all while getting involved in the community." A typical food package consists of four to seven pounds of turkey, beef, bacon and chicken, fresh fruit and vegetables, pasta and rice. French said since the program began in San Diego County in 1983, it has expanded through 17 states and into Mexico and Guatemala. "There's no reason for people Please see SHARE/A5 THURSDAY, OCT. 1, 1992 REDEVELOPMENT Planners envision open-air plaza By Anne M. Peterson North County News Residents can expect to see a transformed, open-air Anaheim Plaza by the spring of 1994. In a presentation Tuesday to Residents for the Anaheim Plaza, developers and the architect for the Anaheim Redevelopment Agency project gave details of how the now economically drained plaza will be converted to an outdoor shopping and entertainment center. Mervyn's is the only retail store that has so far been secured for the new plaza. "We're working for tenants for all the big boxes," said Glen Meyers, vice president of Donahue Schriber, a Newport Beach-based developer in charge of the project. "We're talking to them about economics but we can't divulge who they are because of the competition. We're making good progress though. Until major tenants are identified and committed, it's hard to say." Plans for the outdoor venue include record and book stores, a food court, and a community space similar to the one currently in the Anaheim Plaza. Meyers said his company is concentrating on securing an entertainment company for a 50-acre section on the northwestern portion of the land. "This is a regional shopping center," he said. "It needs to feel regional. It needs to feel big. SPORTS Big fish Servite linebacker Joe Vargas is a large Friars defense7A26 Eyes have it Colored contact lenses offer help to drivers with color deficiency/A18 NEIGHBORS'Crafty mattes' Local crafters will band together to show wares at annual holiday bazaar/A14 EDUCATIONMaking a success Anaheim Adult Continuing Education Center enters third year at new site/A15 PEOPLEDon't cry for them Native Argentines celebrate their culture through club membership/A8 INDEX Around town.... ...A17 Automotion B1 Building permits . . .A6 Classifieds ...C45 Legal ads ...C31 Obituaries........ A4 Police report.... ...All Real Estate C1 Viewpoints . ...A12 ;

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