|Big Tujunga Today|
The continuing insanity of over-densifying Los Angeles has now come to the rural northern hamlet of Sunland-Tujunga.
Plans are afoot to build a major development of nearly 250 luxury homes smack dab in the middle of Big Tujunga Canyon, near what has been used as space for baseball fields and archery ranges. And the rest of it, just good old fashioned open space.
According to the United States Department of Agriculture, the Big Tujunga Wash is a major tributary of the Los Angeles River which links the San Gabriel Mountains to the Pacific Ocean offering residents of the Los Angeles area a link to a natural environment. The Place's wooden riparian area serves as an important wildlife corridor, as well as a habitat for sensitive animal species.
But the powers that be want a Santa Clarita style mini city. All in a location at the base of Foothills with only a two lane road in and out.
|Previous plan from 2007|
|Current Project Plan|
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