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Irvine residents introduce initiative to control growth, developments

IRVINE β€” A group of residents has introduced an initiative that gives voters the power to weigh in on whether sizable development projects in the city can move forward. Karen Jaffe and Arthur Strauss, on behalf of Irvine for Responsible Growth, recently submitted to the city β€œAn initiative to give the people of Irvine control […]
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