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CALABASAS/AGOURA HILLS : $2 Million OKd for New Park, Center

West Valley Focus

November 30, 1994|TIMOTHY WILLIAMS

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday approved a plan to transfer $2 million in county park funds to a community center in Agoura Hills and a new park in Calabasas.

The funds are what remains of $3 million set aside by a county park bond measure to refurbish a recreation center in Calabasas.

The center, the Ed Edelman Recreation Center, cost much less than projected, however, said Joel Bellman, spokesman for Supervisor Ed Edelman, who was a key proponent of the 1992 bond measure that established a fund for county parks.

The planned Calabasas/Agoura Hills Community Center, which will be located next to the Lost Hills/Malibu sheriff's station, and Juan DeAnza Park, which is planned for an area adjoining Malibu State Park, will each get $1.07 million.

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