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Culver City To Create New Dog Park:

On Saturday, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Culver City celebrated the completion of a $290,000 environmental cleanup of a former oil pumping site at Jefferson Boulevard and Duquesne Avenue that will become Culver City’s first “dog-friendly public park.”

In 2003, the EPA’s Brownfields program awarded Culver City a $250,000 grant to undertake an environmental investigation and cleanup of the Jefferson Boulevard oil-contaminated soil.

The nearly one-acre site will become an off-leash dog park with $70,000 raised by The Friends of Culver City Dog Park, a non-profit group of Culver City residents.Though the construction is funded through the Friends’ donation of funds to the City, the dog park will be open to the general public.

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