Much has been written recently in your paper regarding the proposed destination resort at Long Point. To the board of directors of the Palos Verdes Peninsula Chamber of Commerce, the hotel development seems overwhelmingly beneficial to the Peninsula.
Take, for instance, the recreation value alone. The project would offer a golf course, tennis club and health spa, each with public access. Presently, the Palos Verdes Peninsula has no major hotel, and through the proposed project, the residents of the peninsula will benefit by having a 495-room destination resort hotel at Long Point with conference center, restaurants, and a ballroom for charity and grad nights and weddings and receptions.