Council Votes to Rezone Elephant Hill Parcels as Open Space

Council Votes to Rezone Elephant Hill Parcels as Open Space

Council's unanimous support of Huizar ordinance officially guarantees protection of 20 acres on Elephant Hill, open-space site in El Sereno that community fought to protect for two decades

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Rick Coca (213) 200-9974 cell
rick.coca@lacity.org

Council's unanimous support of Huizar ordinance officially guarantees protection of 20 acres on Elephant Hill, open-space site in El Sereno that community fought to protect for two decades

LOS ANGELES (Nov. 20, 2012) — The Los Angeles City Council voted in favor of an ordinance proposed by Councilmember José Huizar today to rezone 57 parcels on 20-acres of land as open space on Elephant Hill in El Sereno.

The open space designation is the latest action to protect the land (aka "The Heavens") against unwanted development and guarantees that the rolling hillsides, long treasured by community members as a great natural resource, will remain so for decades to come.

Read more: Council Votes to Rezone Elephant Hill Parcels as Open Space

Council Votes to Rezone Elephant Hill Parcels as Open Space

Council's unanimous support of Huizar ordinance officially guarantees protection of 20 acres on Elephant Hill, open-space site in El Sereno that community fought to protect for two decades

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CONTACT:
Rick Coca (213) 200-9974 cell
rick.coca@lacity.org

Council's unanimous support of Huizar ordinance officially guarantees protection of 20 acres on Elephant Hill, open-space site in El Sereno that community fought to protect for two decades

LOS ANGELES (Nov. 20, 2012) — The Los Angeles City Council voted in favor of an ordinance proposed by Councilmember José Huizar today to rezone 57 parcels on 20-acres of land as open space on Elephant Hill in El Sereno.

The open space designation is the latest action to protect the land (aka "The Heavens") against unwanted development and guarantees that the rolling hillsides, long treasured by community members as a great natural resource, will remain so for decades to come.

Read more: Council Votes to Rezone Elephant Hill Parcels as Open Space

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