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Anaheim Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 20, 1992, Anaheim, California Anaheim Bulletin SPORTS Standai rcpearer :latf be ties ns' 10-year- Shannon Flartbe ties Janet Evans' 10-year-old swimming record at Western Zone/A22 Little (Juy' of the family falls victim to summer's heat waves/A14 STEPPING OUT Entertaining recession Restauranteurs, business owners find new ways to attract consumers/A18 NEIGHBORS Family dives into roles at the Laguna Pageant of the Masters/ A12 NEWS FOCUS Fightii inçpack ralksVniles in Sister walksVniles in wheelchair-bound brother's shoes in show of support/A4 SOCIETY Goodbye iPappv glth^y for tribute at ^ Entertainers gith? GroveShakespeare benefit/A12 INDEX Around town........A14 Marriages..............A16 Religion................A17 Obituaries...............A6 Police report..........A8 Births....................A16 Real estate.............A7 Viewpoints.-...........A10 Military..................A17 T H KANGE ^COUNTY NORTH COUNTY NEWS NEWS FOCUS Keith Pepper has been trying to open his bed and breakfast for 6 years. A. Trafford Templeton North County NewsSTOPPED SHORT Developers, entrepreneurs finding recession dead end By Terri Vermeulen North County News Ever since Keith Pepper stayed in a Mendocino bed and breakfast, he's dreamed of operating his own small, turn-of-the-century hotel. Since then, he's found the perfect home in Anaheim. He's done much of the work restoring the five-bedroom home. He's even spent close to 520,000 on the hard-to-find moldings, doors and windows that will adorn the colonial style revival house. But the moldings, doors and windows have been left sitting in his basement while his plans to turn the house into an 11-bedroom bed and breakfast have been stalled repeatedly. Already, his plans are nearly two years behind schedule. And there's not much hope in sight. He, like other business executives and developers — both small and large — are facing increasing problems as they try to finish their projects during the recession. Pepper admits that the recession has dampened his hopes of getting a $250,000 loan and finishing work on the house any time in the near future. "When I originally bought the house six years ago, things were a lot different," Pepper said. "Now, the money is out there, but no one is giving it out." He's confident that he'll get a loan and be able to move forward with the project once the nation's financial outlook improves. Please see RECESSION/A5 THURSDAY, AUG. 20, 1992 COUNCILVendorissuedebated City proposals to restrict selling By Brett Sporich North County News City Council members introduced three measures Tuesday that would tighten regulations on mobile vendors. One proposed ordinance would ban vendors from residential streets, another would increase license fees and fines, while the third alternative ordinance would both «ban vendors from residential streets and increase fees and fines. After hearing several hours of-testimony and viewing a video tape produced by vendor proponents, council members were still undecided on which ordinance alternative, if any, should be adopted. "On the one side residents have the right to a nice quiet neighborhood," Mayor Fred Hunter said. "On the other side the (vendors) have a right to operate a business." Hunter and Councilman William Ehrle called for those on both sides of the vendor issue to meet and find a solution or come back to the council with a compromise ordinance of their own. But members of NOVA, Neighbors Opposed to street Vendors in Anaheim, were outraged by the council's apparent inaction. "This is a zoning issue," said Susan Kocsis, NOVA member Please see COUNCIL A2 COMMISSION Hellyer ousted over 'perceived impropriety' By Brett Sporich North County News Planning Commission Chairman Glenn Hellyer was ousted Tuesday for what Councilman William Ehrle called "an appearance of impropriety" regarding Hellyer's role in relocating two downtown restaurants. Councilmen William Ehrle and Bob Simpson and Mayor Fred Hunter voted to drop Hellyer from the volunteer commission after learning Hellyer had a $20,000 stake in Yves Bistro and was the leasing agent for the Rose and Crown bar and restaurant. Both businesses received financial inducements from the city to relocate in empty storefronts in the downtown redevelopment area. Although Hellyer abstained from voting on issues related to the relocations, Mayor Fred Hunter said Hellyer went over the line when he allegedly used his position for profit. "In today's politics, it's not getting next to the line that counts," Hunter said. "But getting back away from the line." Mayor Pro Tem Tom Daly and Councilman Irv Pickler said Hellyer wasn't given due process and that the matter should be turned over to the state Fair Political Practices Commission for a determination. "I think this is a witch hunt of the first order," Daly said. "There is a state agency to evaluate and make recommendations on conflicts of Please see HELLYER/A2 ;