CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 11, 1996 |
The plan was to build 20 single-family homes, priced to move and marketed for sale to low-income, working mothers. But the project, which was jointly planned by the city Housing Authority and a nonprofit Latina group in Lake View Terrace, has been scrapped and the land put up for sale, city officials said this week. The development--the first of its kind planned in the San Fernando Valley--would have cost about $4.3 million, but federal budget cutbacks prevented the U.S.