CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 2, 1989 |
It is an island of unincorporated land in a sea of cities, a distinctive neighborhood that seems to define suburbia with its customized homes set back from the street by large expanses of well-tended lawns. It is Rossmoor, the largest developed community in North County not included in any city's boundaries. Nestled between Seal Beach and Los Alamitos on the border with Los Angeles County, the 30-year-old community has managed to hang on to something it considers important--its own identity.