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Keller Williams Realty
The Geyer Girls
Office: (818) 601-4407
Cell Phone: (818) 219-2923
280 E. Magnolia Blvd
Burbank CA 91502
www.thegeyergirls.com

Paradise Ranch
(818) 768-8708
paradiseranch.net
10268 La Tuna Canyon
Sun Valley, CA 91352
Theodore Payne Foundation and Nursery
(818) 768-1802
www.theodorepayne.org
10459 Tuxford Street,
Sun Valley, CA 91352

Ravensview Ranch
(818) 768-7959
www.ravensviewranch.com
10207 La Tuna Canyon Rd
Sun Valley, CA 91352

Village Christian School
(818) 767-83829
www.villagechristian.org
8930 Village Ave.
Sun Valley, CA 91352

The WebStore Group
8455 La Tuna Canyon
Sun Valley, CA 91352
www.thewebstoregroup.com

Equinox Equestrian Center
(818) 767-3200
www.equinoxeventers.com
9753 La Tuna Canyon
Sun Valley, CA 91352
Alvarez Nursery
(818)767-8063
10645 La Tuna Canyon Road
Sun Valley, CA 91352
Starcrest Boarding Kennels
(818) 768 1885
www.starcrestkennels.com
9515 La Tuna Canyon Road
Sun Valley, CA 91352

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Click to see more about David Carradine
Did you know that actor David Carradine once lived at 9753 La Tuna Canyon Road which is now the
Equinox Equestrian Center

Did you know that in 1933 - During the turbulent war years, the La Tuna Canyon Detention Center imprisoned hundreds - mostly Issei men - labeled as 'enemy aliens'
1984  Flood in la tunaDid you know that in 1984 during construction of the 210 Frwy, a catch basin broke bringing a wall of mud down La Tuna Canyon devistating the neighborhood

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La Tuna Cactus - Our NamesakeDid you know that our canyon is named after the La Tuna cactus? It bears fruit known as “xoconoixtle” or prickly pear in English. You'll see them scattered about in our neighborhood.

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LA CITY COUNCIL IN THE NEWS
Title: Los Angeles City Council Votes to Bid for 2024 Olympics - Wall Street Journal
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Date : Tue, 01 Sep 2015 19:08:40 GMT

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Los Angeles City Council Votes to Bid for 2024 Olympics
Wall Street Journal
LOS ANGELES—The Los Angeles City Council cleared the way Tuesday for Mayor Eric Garcetti to strike agreements for a 2024 Olympics bid, putting the city on the verge of becoming the U.S. contender after Boston's awkward collapse. With the 15-0 vote ...
Los Angeles City Council unanimously in favor of 2024 Olympic bidKABC-TV
Los Angeles City Council OKs 2024 Olympic planLA Daily News
City Council Approves Los Angeles' 2024 Summer Olympic BidKTLA
U.S. News & World Report -Washington Post
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LAUSD IN THE NEWS
Title: Five LAUSD high schools are forced to replace melting all-weather fields - Los Angeles Times
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Date : Mon, 31 Aug 2015 23:57:26 GMT

Los Angeles Times

Five LAUSD high schools are forced to replace melting all-weather fields
Los Angeles Times
Mark Hovatter, chief facilities executive for the LAUSD, said the district would spend between $500,000 and $800,000 to replace the high school fields this year while it seeks reimbursement from its contractors. The fields were expected to last between ...
'Melting' All-Weather Sports Fields to Be Replaced at 5 LAUSD High SchoolsKTLA
Melted All-Weather Sports Fields Need Replacement At 5 LAUSD High SchoolsCBS Local
Defective turf installed by LAUSD being replaced at high schoolsMyNewsLA.com
USA TODAY High School Sports
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COUNCILMAN RICHARD ALACON IN THE NEWS
Title: Blotter: Thrown object damages vehicle in Romeoville - Chicago Tribune
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Date : Mon, 31 Aug 2015 21:36:33 GMT

Blotter: Thrown object damages vehicle in Romeoville
Chicago Tribune
Alann Alarcon, 19, of the 400 block of Woodcreek Avenue, Bolingbrook, was arrested on two in-state warrants and also charged with underage consumption of alcohol after being stopped on the 300 block of Emery Avenue at 11:02 p.m. Aug. 24. Yvette ...

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