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Wednesday, September 5, 2007

L.A.'s Baldwin Hills Could be 2/3rds Saved Soon

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Negotiations for Huge addition to Baldwin Hills State Park are Underway; If Bought By Regional Conservation Authority, 2/3rds of Planned Park would be Public-Owned

(Please click on map to enlarge)

The dark green area in the map on the left shows a 296-acre oil field that may be acquired soon by the Baldwin Hills Regional Conservation Authority. Not much info is available except that the Authority discussed the sale at its June 28, 2007 meeting. The sagebrush covered parcel would extend the State park so that the public would have hiking trails with views of both downtown L.A. and the Pacific Ocean. For more information, see http://smmc.ca.gov/BHRCA.html or http://www.bhc.ca.gov/


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