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West Hollywood's last community garden, on Norwich Drive, is still up for sale, and the city is making community garden contingency plans, arranging to lease an empty lot on Detroit Street. Residents will be able to enter a lottery to tend the land there for up to three years at a cost of $60 a year. Some gardeners still want WeHo to buy the Norwich property, but the city thinks the $1 million plus listing price is too dear. [Park La Brea News/Beverly Press, previously]