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Antonovich awards $2 million in grants to improve trails

Posted: November 11, 2009 10:36 a.m.
Updated: November 11, 2009 12:50 p.m.
To expand, rehabilitate and improve amenities at recreational trails throughout Los Angeles County's Fifth Supervisorial District, Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich awarded $2 million for trail enhancements for 15 trails located in 12 cities from Claremont to Lancaster, including Santa Clarita.

Each trail will receive grant funds of up to $150,000 through funds from the Safe Neighborhood Parks Propositions.

Project funds have been awarded to the following:

- City of Santa Clarita for the East Walker Ranch Trail System

- City of Claremont for the Claremont Hills Wilderness Park Access Improvements Project

- City of Duarte for the Fish Canyon Falls Trail

- City of Glendale for the Catalina Verdugo Trail

- City of Glendora for the South Hills Wilderness Trail

- City of La Canada/Flintridge for the Cherry Canyon Trails Improvement Project

- City of Lancaster for the Armagosa Creek Pathway Trail

- City of Monrovia for the Monrovia Canyon Park Entrance Trail

- City of Palmdale for the Warnack Nature Park Trail

- City of Pasadena for the Annandale Canyon Trail Access and Improvements Project

- City of San Gabriel for the Vincent Lugo Park Trail

- City of West Covina for the Cortez Park Trails Extension Project

- County Parks and Recreation for the La Crescenta Recreational Trail Link

- North East Trees for the South Pasadena Nature Park Trail Extension

- Los Angeles Conservation Corps for the Sycamore Canyon Trail Restoration Project.


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