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San Diego, California / Growth #106825

ABC Evening News for Monday, Nov 09, 1987
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Rapid growth in traffic and housing in San Diego, California, over recent years featured; details given, scenes shown. [Mayor Maureen O'CONNOR - says people want to maintain quality of life here.] Crowded housing construction shown. [City cnclman. Mike GOTCH - says city has allowed developers free rein.] [Building Ind. Association spokesperson Michael REYNOLDS - says we can't preserve every hill and valley.] City council noted imposing ceiling on development [University of San Diego Law School dean Sheldon KRANTZ - says decision on limiting development has not been thought through.] [GOTCH - explains city's outlook on development] Possible impact of restrictions on growth on people discussed. Problems of homeless mentioned. City scenes shown.

Jennings, Peter

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