Is “Bandito Park” on Death Row?

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Los Angeles City Planning last week released a third extension of time for community comments. The new deadline of February 3 was requested by CD-7 Councilman Felipe Fuentes and others to give the community and neighbors a chance to review and comment on two additional proposed amendments (numbers 5 and 6), to the original Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR). The new amendments now include the building of 18 homes where “Bandito Park” is situated adjacent to Tujunga Canyon Boulevard and a reduction of total houses from 229 houses to be built in the 58.3 acre parcel, down to 18 multi-acre “Equestrian Estates” and the option of which would “possibly” dedicate 28.4 acres of undeveloped land to the city. The HWS Investment Group purchased the Verdugo Hills Golf Course in 2002 and began the steps necessary to create a gated community where the golf course now sits. The project was supposedly named “Snowball” in honor of a Maltese dog

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