Talk:Monterey Hills, Los Angeles

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This reads like a promotional tract[edit]

Clearly NPOV, right?


Can we get some references for this section:

From 1989-1990 The Monterey Hills Development on whole was the subject of the longest civil jury trial in Los Angeles County History due to land subsidence. The Castro firm tried the massive 200 unit Eaton Crest project in Monterey Hills, a structure that was constructed on a defective 100 foot deep landfill. The $21,634,466 award reported by the Los Angeles Daily Journal was the largest jury award of the year.

Apparently a lawyer named Castro has a law firm that sued. I'm not sure what to make of the landfill being defective (it was settling, bad for the buildings on top of it, but not the landfill's fault, it's whoever decided to buidl on it). —The preceding unsigned comment was added by RJFJR (talkcontribs) 15:04, 7 April 2007 (UTC).