Having shifted gears in response to resident concerns, the city plans to dedicate this month’s Public Safety Commission meeting to answering a litany of questions gathered from a public meeting this week regarding Metro’s grants-to-be for traffic improvement projects. Continue reading “Residents Vent at Town Hall Meeting on Traffic Proposals”
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”
The Public Safety Commission assured concerned residents at its meeting this week that the city is not currently planning to move forward with Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority-designed plans to improve traffic capacity in San Marino, and that the city would craft its own plans to address their wishes.
Residents will have a further opportunity to make their desires known at a town hall meeting hosted by the city at 6 p.m. Monday, March 4, in the Barth Room at Crowell Public Library. Continue reading “Panel Promises Homegrown (but Metro-Funded) Traffic Plan”