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Tuesday, January 6, 2009

National Park Service May Take Over Cold Creek Preserve in Malibu Mountains as Part of 1200 Acre Deal


and other L.A.-Area Mountain Preservation Projects

from 1/7/2009 Meeting of the Mountains Restoration and Conservation Authority

Transfer of 945 acres now owned by the Mountains Restoration Trust to the National Park Service and 304 acres to the MRCA [Attachment 1] [Resolution] [Staff Report] [Map 2] [Map 3] [Map 4] [Map 5] [Map 6] [Map 7] [Map 8] [Map 9] [Map 10] [Map 1]

acquisition of APN 4416-002-014 (approximately 0.33 acres) in the Pacific Palisades
[Map 1] [Map 2] [Staff Report] [Resolution] [Attachment ]

use of Santa Monica Mountains Open Space Preservation Assessment District No. 1 funds for additional option payments on APNs 5565-003-036, 037, 038, 039, 040, and 041 , Laurel Canyon, Los Angeles. [Map] [Attachment 1] [Attachment 2] [Attachment 3] [Attachment 4] [Map 2] [Map 3] [Map 4] [Staff Report] [Resolution]

$1.5 million for Ballona Creek accessways
[Staff Report]

grant from the Conservancy Fund to restore approximately seven acres of habitat in the Gopher Canyon tributary of Browns Canyon owned by the Mountains Recreation and Conservation Authority and acceptance of said funds, unincorporated Los Angeles County.
[Staff Report] [Resolution]

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