CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 8, 1999 |
Before purchasing their home in the Tujunga hills two years ago, Steve and Candy Crouch investigated the area's zoning laws. They wanted to be certain that the neighborhood would remain quiet and rural, with lots of wildlife, vegetation and chirping birds. Behind their 2,300-square-foot home, which sits on three-quarters of an acre, is a ridge with a variety of wild brush, oak and sycamore trees.