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Some residents oppose name change of Lake Tahoe state park

TAHOMA, Calif. (AP) -- The name of a popular state park on Lake Tahoe's west shore has been changed, and some locals are unhappy about it.

Earlier this month, Gov. Gray Davis signed legislation renaming Sugar Pine Point State Park after late Assemblyman Ed Z'berg, D-Sacramento, who fought to protect Tahoe.

The park now will be known as Ed Z'berg Sugar Pine Point State Park.

"I think it's appalling," said Suzanne Buswell, a park neighbor who led the fight against the name change. "It takes away from what the park really is."

Resident Ed Miller said he feels slighted by …

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