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Cerritos Regional Park to be Renamed Don Knabe Regional Park

City News Service

CERRITOS, CA — Cerritos Regional Park will be renamed Don Knabe Regional Park following a unanimous vote by his colleagues on the Board of Supervisors today.

Supervisor Michael Antonovich recommended the move to honor Knabe, who along with Antonovich, will be termed out of his longstanding seat on the board at the end of this year.

Knabe “has worked tirelessly to ensure that the far-reaching programs and services the county administers improve the quality of life for not only the constituents he represents, but for all of the residents of Los Angeles County,” Antonovich said in his motion.

Since 1996, Knabe has represented the Fourth District, which includes the coastal cities of the South Bay and the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach and stretches north and east to include Lakewood, Norwalk, Whittier, Diamond Bar and adjacent communities.

Knabe “has worked tirelessly to ensure that the far-reaching programs and services the county administers improve the quality of life for not only the constituents he represents, but for all of the residents of Los Angeles County,” Antonovich said in his motion.

Since 1996, Knabe has represented the Fourth District, which includes the coastal cities of the South Bay and the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach and stretches north and east to include Lakewood, Norwalk, Whittier, Diamond Bar and adjacent communities.

Parks preservation and development has been one of Knabe’s passions, Antonovich said, citing millions of dollars in investment.

The 50-plus-acre Cerritos Regional Park includes a five-acre fishing lake, a 50-meter swimming pool, tennis and basketball courts and a sports complex run by the city.

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