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October 23, 1987

Up to 80 residents living in the crumbling Huntington Terrace portion of the Monterey Hills redevelopment project near the Pasadena Freeway will be told to vacate their homes early next week because the sinking condominiums are no longer safe, Los Angeles building and safety officials said. The first such action to be taken at the beleaguered housing complex, the evacuation order is the most drastic development yet in a controversy that erupted in the early 1980s, when scores of the condominiums and town houses built on a landfill north of downtown began sinking into the ground.

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