WLB Meeting Fumes At 710 Fwy. Expansion Impacts And Treatment Of Public In Process
|(April 27, 2003) -- A standing room only crowd of between 200-250 residents filled an April 24 "710 Freeway Expansion Forum" at Silverado Park.
|WLBA and 7th district Councilwoman Tonia Reyes-Uranga hosted the event to hear comments and concerns. They got an earful, focusing on neighborhood impacts and treatment of the public in the process.|
Photos on this page by 7th district Council office Chief of Staff Ray Pok.
As previously reported by LBReport.com, a "Community Open House" on the 710 freeway expansion project will be held at the main LB Public Library (101 Pacific Ave.) on Monday, April 28...and the public can arrive anytime between 6:00-8:00 p.m.
A flier states, "Come learn what improvements are being planned for the I-710 Corridor. Some of these improvements include widening of I-710, redesign and reconstruction of freeway interchanges. We want to hear your suggestions and comments...Each open house will have experts available to answer your questions. There will be no formal presentation..."
The Gateway Cities Council of Governments is the lead agency for the 710 Major Corridor Study (undertaken jointly by the Gateway group, L.A. County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Caltrans and So. Cal. Ass'n of Governments).
"Community Open House" Re 710 Fwy. Expansion Options Scheduled For LB April 28
Digital Maps Showing Impacts Of 710 Fwy. Expansion Options Posted By Gateway Cities Council Of Gov'ts; LBReport.com Links To Them; Click For Details & Caveats