San Pedro : Compromise on Park Use

A three-member City Council committee this week unanimously approved a compromise agreement between the city and the Air Force on military housing at White Point and Bogdanovich parks and sent the agreement to the full council for approval.

The agreement would preserve most of White Point park for a proposed oceanfront state park, while allowing the Air Force to build 170 homes on the entire 22-acre Bogdanovich park and about 13 acres of White Point park, both of which once belonged to the federal government.

The agreement is expected to receive council approval Tuesday or Wednesday and then be signed into law by Mayor Tom Bradley. The Air Force is scheduled to take control of its property on April 1.

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