CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 3, 1996 |
In the cold early Saturday morning, they begin their determined--if sometimes misunderstood--work on the margins of a town in decline. Three Reseda homeowners, who have been mistaken for community service probationers, city employees and even thieves, unload a light brown pickup truck at the median strip at Sherman Way and Reseda Boulevard. "You get the best people and the worst people out here," says Barbara Varenas, who works for a Studio City liquor importer.