The Planning Revolution in Southern California
First meetings of the Orange County Planning Commission. In 1973 the Planning Commission brought planning into the modern era with such concepts as green belts and a basic idea that developers had to think on a larger scale beyond building just roads. A group of planners led by Forest Dickason, Dick Ramella and Al Bell would lay the blueprint for all the development in Orange County.
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Old Orange County Courthouse, 211 W. Santa Ana Blvd., Rm. 108, Santa Ana, CA, 92701, US, Telephone: 714.834.5367, email: email@example.com, ocarchives.com