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The Pasadena Star News reported on 11/4/04 that the MTA has commissioned a study to determine the feasibility of extending the 710 Long Beach/Pasadena using a tunnel under Pasadena, South Pasadena and El Sereno, the cities in the freeway's path. Proposals include building one tunnel for northbound cars, one for southbound cars, and a third for trucks."It'll be too damned expensive to dig three holes. That's what (the study) is going to show us," predicted South Pasadena City Councilman David Margrave during a meeting.
O Lord, the MTA stirred up that infamous hornet's nest again. The city of South Pasadena has battled the freeway project since 1964.
We remember the great 710 Debate from 20 years ago. Heck, we even helped paint "No 710" signs for a friend's rabidly preservationist mother, though we were too young to drive at the time. Now that our feet can reach the pedals, we're ready to consider new suggestions that may reduce Pasadena's congestion and preserve South Pasadena's architectural heritage.
Michael John Mammone, 58, was riding his bicycle Wednesday along Pacific Coast Highway in Dana Point when he was assaulted.
Please don't hurt yourself.
Anthony Lowe was shot and killed by Huntington Park police on Jan. 26. 'Thank goodness that we’re in the era of videos,' said the family attorney as they file a federal civil rights lawsuit
The mountain lion's death comes about a month after the beloved P-22 was euthanized.
With two hikers still missing — one the well-known actor Julian Sands — expert mountaineers say the usual scarcity of snow in the L.A.-area makes it especially hard to get enough experience to safely venture out in harsh conditions.
But Yeoh is the first to publicly identify as Asian. We take a look at Oberon's complicated path in Hollywood.