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. California Audiovisual Preservation Project
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Local government--Orange County Dickason, Forest Ramella, Dick Bell, Al Orange County Planning Commission
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