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This LAX-adjacent ghost town is now ‘priceless coastal real estate’ for rare owls

This LAX-adjacent ghost town is now ‘priceless coastal real estate’ for rare owls

Los Angeles Times - Louis Sahagun

When the Los Angeles beachfront community of Surfridge disappeared decades ago to make way for the jet age, nature was slow to reclaim the sandy dunes and upscale lots that once dominated the path of planes taking off from Los Angeles International Airport. Today however, this 2-mile ghost town of …

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