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They are currently seeking proposals for co-location at the 135,000 square-foot former Kmart, which will be transformed into a community amenity a one-stop shop for what seems to be everything a community needs to thrive.
L.A. once boasted the largest network of interurban rail, and there are numerous abandoned rail paths that have become, in many cases, hidden greenways.
Rattlesnake Park opened in 1997 and is an excellent place to begin exploring the L.A. River. This 1.6 mile walk features a pocket park with native trees, plants and benches - and you'll also see the magnificent Great Heron Gate sculpture.