The homes are coming down!

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As Palos Verdes Estates begins a demolition project to eliminate damaged Bluff Cove homes, Habitat for Humanity looks forward to reaping some benefits. This is a great example of how tragedy can be turned into something positive. Back in the 1980s, a major landslide destroyed many expensive homes in the area. Recently, an agreement was reached to demolish the effected houses and return the location back to its natural state.

Before the demolition project begins, almost all of the materials inside the damaged homes will be salvaged and donated to Habitat for Humanity. This means hundreds of cabinets, sinks, doors, light fixtures, and other supplies will be sold in various ReStore locations.

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles tries to educate and partner with families who need decent, sustainable, and affordable housing. Over the last three decades, this organization has built and renovated over 1,000 homes.

The entire demolition…

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