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    (October 10, 1969- )
    Formed by the merging of four unincorporated communities of Simi, Santa Susana, Community Center, and Mortimer Park
    Population: 125,613 (2019)
    Located in Ventura County, California apporimately 40 miles west of Los Angeles
    Home to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library
    It has hot and dry summers.
    It is prone to earthquakes and wildfires.
    It is one of Southern California's most conservative cities.
    It was the site of the infamous 1992 trial for the beating of motorist Rodney King where all the officers charged in the incident were acquitted of assault, and three of the four were acquitted of using excessive force. (A hung jury resulted in no verdict being returned for the fourth officer.)
    Many civil rights activists argued that the case was racially based, since the trial was held in this Caucasian majority city that is home to a handful of LAPD officers even though the incident occurred in the Los Angeles neighborhood of Lakeview Terrace.
    Before Spanish colonization, the Chumash Native American tribe inhabited the area. Their legacy is evident by pictographs left behind in Burrow Flats Painted Cave located in the city.
    In addition to the Reagan Library, there are many historical places for tourists to visit.
    There are also many wilderness preserves to go hiking or see wild animals.
    A study done by the University of Vermont ranked the municipality as the fifth-happiest city in the United States (2017).
    Many films and television shows have been filmed here due to its scenic wilderness areas that functions as desert backdrops for the Western genre.

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