It was perhaps a bit ironic that the City Council last week voted to do away with much of the L.A. Metro-sponsored traffic improvement proposals before an audience reflecting the greatest diversity of public opinion toward those would-be projects. Continue reading “Suspicion About Metro Steers Traffic Discussion”
The San Marino City Council will expedite its discussion of proposed traffic plans that would be funded by L.A. Metro by including the item in its meeting on Wednesday night, July 10, which would be likely to produce a larger audience than its morning meeting on July 26, when the topic was to have been addressed. Continue reading “For Residents’ Sake, City Council Moves Traffic Discussion to July 10”
How will this help San Marino?
What deadlines are there? Can we just say “no thanks”? Is there a catch? Are we talking with other cities? Continue reading “Traffic Tinkering: Making Sense of Metro’s Money Offers”
Skepticism reigns, judging from comments by San Marino residents who packed the Hill-Harbison House on Monday night to air their opinions and absorb information about a series of proposed traffic projects to be funded by L.A. Metro. Continue reading “Some Residents Doubtful About Greenlighting Traffic Proposals”