Newhall Ranch Fuels Development Boom Transforming Northern L.A. County

LA Times

By Louis Sahagun and Nina Agrawal

One of Southern California’s longest-running and ugliest development battles ended in a historic truce Monday when environmental groups agreed to a deal that will allow a new city of 58,000 residents to rise in the Santa Clarita Valley.

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