CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 2, 1988
A plan to build a two-story apartment building near the 50-foot boulder from which Eagle Rock gets its name was rejected Thursday by the Los Angeles Planning Commission. The commission voted 3-0 against granting a zone change to Fred Heim, who owns the 2.6-acre lot on which the rock stands. Community activists have fought development of the land, saying it would obscure views of the imposing rock that gives the small community its identity.