Redondo Beach Rejects Deal with Legado for 115 Units on PCH

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By Kelcie Pegher –

Setting the stage for a court battle that could cost the city millions of dollars, Redondo Beach has rejected a deal with the developer behind a contentious mixed-use project at Palos Verdes Boulevard and Pacific Coast Highway.

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