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Laguna Woods approves permit for higher fence around Village’s perimeter

The City Council on Wednesday, May 17 approved a permit to allow Laguna Woods Village to exceed the city’s municipal code of maximum fence and wall height provisions. The conditional use permit, applied for by the Golden Rain Foundation, Third Mutual and United Mutual, asked to allow the extension of the Village’s perimeter fencing to […]
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