A problem with location

About $11 million of Irwindale's redevelopment money was used to buy a 23-acre industrial parcel across the street from a gravel pit. It turned out that people didn't want to live there because it was too far from the municipal swimming pool and other amenities, a city official said.
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( Bob Chamberlin / Los Angeles Times )

About $11 million of Irwindale's redevelopment money was used to buy a 23-acre industrial parcel across the street from a gravel pit. It turned out that people didn't want to live there because it was too far from the municipal swimming pool and other amenities, a city official said.

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