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Rare butterflies and other creatures thrive at the site of the Surfridge community, which was all but wiped out by LAX about 50 years ago. The California Coastal Commission recently approved a $3-million plan to restore the natural habitat on portions of 48 acres at the northern end of the old subdivision as part of a settlement of a lawsuit over LAX expansion plans.
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