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By Cary Ordway | May 15, 2008
Five years ago John Russavage was a busy stock broker and real estate developer living in a desert city where it got as high as 120 degrees. Now he lives among the California redwoods, where the temperatures have cooled off a bit ? but his passion for developing seems to be as hot as ever. Next time you go to Redwood National and State Parks you?ll no doubt hear about Russavage and his enterprises if you watch local TV, read the local papers or just look for a place to stay overnight in the park.
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By Daniel Siegal, daniel.siegal@latimes.com | June 13, 2012
While La Cañada Flintridge officials consider a new citywide regulation for recreational vehicles, a hot spot has been on Tondolea Lane. Resident David Hotchkin and his neighbor Amir Hemmati have clashed over the presence of Hemmati's RV at his home, and Hotchkin has a history of raising the RV issue with city officials. In July 2011, Hotchkin appeared at a City Council meeting to appeal the city's approval of a project on Los Amigos Street that included space for RV parking.
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By Tiffany Kelly, tiffany.kelly@latimes.com | February 20, 2013
The convenience of parking a recreational vehicle at home between trips may cost La Cañada Flintridge residents hundreds of dollars. In a proposed ordinance, RV owners would have to fork over $730 to undergo a city review that would look at how the storage of the vehicle affects neighbors. Resident David Hotchkin, who has been pushing for a change in how the city regulates RVs, told the City Council on Tuesday that storage of a recreational vehicle is a “privilege.” He asked that they add language in the ordinance that would also relate to how many times a resident might access an RV. “The storing of the RV is one thing, but the continuing access to it is another that might impact neighbors,” he said.
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By Tiffany Kelly, tiffany.kelly@latimes.com | February 20, 2013
The convenience of parking a recreational vehicle at home between trips may cost La Cañada Flintridge residents hundreds of dollars. In a proposed ordinance, RV owners would have to fork over $730 to undergo a city review that would look at how the storage of the vehicle affects neighbors. Resident David Hotchkin, who has been pushing for a change in how the city regulates RVs, told the City Council on Tuesday that storage of a recreational vehicle is a “privilege.” He asked that they add language in the ordinance that would also relate to how many times a resident might access an RV. “The storing of the RV is one thing, but the continuing access to it is another that might impact neighbors,” he said.
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By Daniel Siegal, daniel.siegal@latimes.com | June 13, 2012
While La Cañada Flintridge officials consider a new citywide regulation for recreational vehicles, a hot spot has been on Tondolea Lane. Resident David Hotchkin and his neighbor Amir Hemmati have clashed over the presence of Hemmati's RV at his home, and Hotchkin has a history of raising the RV issue with city officials. In July 2011, Hotchkin appeared at a City Council meeting to appeal the city's approval of a project on Los Amigos Street that included space for RV parking.
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By Cary Ordway | May 15, 2008
Five years ago John Russavage was a busy stock broker and real estate developer living in a desert city where it got as high as 120 degrees. Now he lives among the California redwoods, where the temperatures have cooled off a bit ? but his passion for developing seems to be as hot as ever. Next time you go to Redwood National and State Parks you?ll no doubt hear about Russavage and his enterprises if you watch local TV, read the local papers or just look for a place to stay overnight in the park.
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