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Series a Wakeup Call to Salvage What's Left of County Wetlands

August 16, 1992

The ultimate solution to the Bolsa Chica controversy is not the proposed development plan which would place 4,884 homes on this ecologically sensitive land.

Rather, the solution lies in efforts by the Bolsa Chica Land Trust to acquire, preserve, restore and manage the entire 1,700-acre parcel as permanent open space in perpetuity.

Interest in this concept has been high because it provides a win-win solution. Bolsa Chica, the crown jewel of ecological open space in coastal Orange County is preserved, and the landowners receive a fair price for the property.

JAN D. VANDERSLOOT, Huntington Beach

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