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May 5, 1994 | KURT PITZER
Ending a sideshow controversy to one of the biggest land disputes in Los Angeles County history, the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy has named parkland once slated for the Canyon Oaks development after a local lawmaker. The conservancy named 257 hillside acres known as Summit Valley, which until recently was proposed for luxury homes and a golf course, after Los Angeles County Supervisor Edmund D. Edelman, who engineered a last-minute deal to preserve the land as a public park.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 5, 1994 | KURT PITZER
Ending a sideshow controversy to one of the biggest land disputes in Los Angeles County history, the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy has named parkland once slated for the Canyon Oaks development after a local lawmaker. The conservancy named 257 hillside acres known as Summit Valley, which until recently was proposed for luxury homes and a golf course, after Los Angeles County Supervisor Edmund D. Edelman, who engineered a last-minute deal to preserve the land as a public park.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 27, 2000
Dedicating a footbridge at the base of a picturesque ravine, conservation officials said Sunday that the link stands as a victory monument in the ongoing battle to conserve parkland in the Santa Monica Mountains. The 60-foot-long, 6-foot-wide Viewridge Trail bridge connects the rugged trail from Summit Valley Edmund D. Edelman Park to Topanga State Park.
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