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La Habra

October 10, 2000|Raul Gallegos, (714) 520-2512

A developer is putting together an archeological and paleontological exhibit of findings obtained from 70 acres of land in the north flank of West Coyote Hills.

The PLC Land Co. will put together a kiosk at Vista del Valle Park that will include remains of terrestrial mammals, invertebrates and other archeological and geological findings.

Paleontological monitoring and salvage operations took place in 1993 at the 70 acres of what is the site for the La Habra Hills Specific Plan, an area where the Chevron oilfields were and was later developed with single-family homes, a park and a golf course.

There will be a grand opening for the kiosk at 3:30 p.m. Friday at Vista del Valle Park.

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