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Alleylujah, an event venue, gets Costa Mesa planning review

COSTA MESA The Planning Commission on Monday will hold a public hearing to discuss a permit application for renovation of a single-story industrial building to an event venue, Alleylujah, at 2955 Randolph Ave. The venue would have valet parking at 2955 and 2991 Randolph and 765 St. Clair St. The commission recently approved The Harper event […]
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