By HoneyColony Staff
Del Aire residents got to enjoy the fruits of their labor on Saturday with the unveiling of the state’s first public orchard. People planted 87 fruit trees in Del Aire and the surrounding areas, integrating the trees among newly renovated public facilities that include a community center and a baseball field.
According to the LA Times, “… many Del Aire residents regarded the park as run-down. They often complained that the baseball diamond looked like a swamp from constant flooding, said John Koppelman, president of the neighborhood association.”
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