Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 27, 1969 · Page 5
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 5

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Ivjcr service station sites City phimen are boldins bst to the brisht hope of bigeer. better and more beautiful fer\- ice stations for Eedlands. lo fact, tfaey raised their standard even hi^ier in asain referring an ordinance to the City Coon dl on Tuesday. Some members of the council bad opposed a IS.OOO-square-foot minimum for station sites, fearing small hiiHnfss coidd be discouraged. The Piamiing Com- missiaa's answer •'as to increase the minimum lo 20,000 square feet In eOect, the commissbn reC' ommended more restricti\-e spedficatioas wiOi the e3q >ressed purpose of giving the city per- 1H9>S feirer stations, but more Radlonds Doily Fodi Thursdoy^ Feb. 1M9 S qiacious. prosperous and becoming to the landscape. "Service stations have already esUblisbed the fact that theyl can't succeed in a small area." said Commissioner John F. Ruokd. "We don't want more stations in the core area, par- ticulari}- when they are con-* stantly changing hands and fail-! ing." I Amending its original recom-l mendations to the council, the! commission agreed that each service station lot should have a minimum dimension of 120 feet, on either front or side, instead of the eailier nunimums of l2S-foot «idth and UO-fbot depth. Minimum area of 20,000 square feet would be an added requirement. j Another change was to delete the eariier spacing clause, that "no new service station sh^ he established widiin 500 fert of any esistmg service station.' the omission of this provision and the other alterations were approved nunimously. lUs was at least partially pleecing to Councilman Chrcs- ten M. Kniidaen, who read a t^iity*ftffrt to tbc coinnnssiOD* He ebjeciad to any SOO-foot spacing Ulmvui stations, arguing that flie city shodd encourage busi- nherever it can prosper. at least for the sake of mncici- pal revenue. There is a oom- plez in project for Alabama street north of Rediands freeway, be said, which may have two or more major stations in conjonetioB. and aiqr efCort to annex this area to the city could encounter opposition if a city ordinance prevents such devel- oiHneBL W. C. Schindler. planning ii- rector, introduced figures shoW' ing that a survey of the city's 40 senice stations diowed their sites wdl in excess of 15,000 square feet The trend, he said, is for major companies and wril-financed eperatwi to sedc larger and lai^ger sites, not only for functional area but for in- proved laadseapmg and con- straetion. Sdiindler s»d it would be dtf- ficult if not impossible to eu' force a SOO-fbot spacing of stations, especially at freeway ramps, where developers seek proximity. Small lots have addom eO' cooraeed betio- stations, said Commissioner Ben Babe Lincoln sdMol future not yet up fbrdedslbn Bedbnds SdxMl District Trustees' future pbna for deseffe- gaiian «r abandonment of Un- eeln dementaiy sdMol were <|ttestiaaed Tuesday night by a ReiBands re^dent d^'nng the pnbiie partidpatiott poctkn ct a SdMol Board meetinc. William H. Cooper, m Edgemont drive, tdd raenben 1 ieve not heard where lincoln cdioal diiUnB wiH attend sdMol if tha Unedn taiildiw is not used." His response from tiie Board came from Dr. J. Bidiard Aiiard who said that Ttastees have not pre-jndged Lincota's fate. Dr. ADard was nfemac t» a school desegregation study bdng made by an Ad Hoc committee appointed by the Boarl Findinfs of the committee have not as yet been made known. "When the committee's data is hraught before the board, tliea we win he able to evaluate the situation," Dr. Aiiard explained. Dr. H. Fred Hetsner. school superintendent, said ttiat the original plan was to build a new dementaiy sdiool at another district location. Bat since paasace of Ibe eoo- stioction bond issue by voten in 19S7. buildmg costs have increased 15 per cent ke said. He added that no new de­ mentaiy schods can be bmtt until another bend dedion ean bcbdd. fZ3R isnrZiiMeii Redbnds Uta«iayaaritliim address aaaMiyiettaf you write. ThMalMwabaaHata ZjplMraMllByMi. Home and6«lHiSale it3& r«r!^^r?i u«iw«w«i«. Ortho Systemic Rose & Flower Care • IGlb sucking insKts. • FMds pkinte • Gives oil weather protecKon. Sage's Enamel Spray Paint SAVESk 13ez.can quick drying. Reg. 79c Interior Latex Paint |900 IGAL Reg.$3J9ea. MVEStll Bug-Geta Pellets by Ortho • Kills snails, slugs, cutworms • Remains effective after rain or sprinkling. Product Demonstrotion at Sage ^ Moqnolia Sot and Sun Mar 1 and 2 from 1 1 a m to 5 p m ToHf n tique antiquing kili ond Treasure Gold pr oducts Ortho Rose & Fktwer Spray • Controls black spot, powdeiy mildew, ophids, and mites • Insecticide and fungicide. Preval Sprayer and 1 n. Enamel 1 pt. AAsriiw tnomtl ond mghi-purpos* powtr spf oyer* Exterior-Interior Vinyl Latex #444 IGAL Reg.S5.49ea. SAVE Si Jt 2i'9 Redwood Log Oil IGAU Reg. $1.49 9? SAVE5k MIMaiMii MIMCMIIMAII. jME-Cypwi MHtWiw

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