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NEWS
April 26, 2002
Loss of El Morro may be more than we think Ed Merrilees gives credit to "strong organized groups . . . nipping in the bud" John Campbell's legislation to extend leases at El Morro and raise rents to pay for restoration at Crystal Cove. What he fails to recognize is the causal relationship between John Campbell's initiative and the state Park Department's recent position that the Historic District will be "among the top projects for park implementation."
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NEWS
April 19, 2002
Barbara Diamond The city picked up another pocket park Tuesday. City officials unanimously agreed to accept ownership of the small blufftop park and an access road that was carved out of the old Smithcliffs estate when the 10.4-acre site was approved for development by the California Coastal Commission in 1991. A gate to the park, allegedly welded closed at an unknown date by the Smithcliffs Homeowners Assn., will remain locked for 90 days while the association and McKnight Drive residents discuss the issue with the city and try to come up with some solutions to their concerns about the public path.
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