TITLE

Future of Decommissioned Naval Base Has Southern California in Conflict

AUTHOR(S)
Williams, Rochelle
PUB. DATE
June 2003
SOURCE
Bond Buyer;6/18/2003, Vol. 344 Issue 31659, p4
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Los Angeles, California officials' efforts to transform a decommissioned Navy base into a commercial regional airport have met resistance from Orange County residents, who voted in 2002 to develop the property using an overall plan that calls for parkland, a museum, and business and residential areas. Meg Waters, a spokeswoman for the El Toro Reuse Planning Authority, said the Orange County plan to reuse the former El Toro airport base is a done deal, while Los Angeles' commercial airport concept will not fly. Senator Ken Murray is expected to introduce a resolution in the state Senate in the week of June 16, 2003 supporting the proposed airport.
ACCESSION #
10112231

 

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