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Caltrans may sell 710 Freeway extension properties; Cal State LA dumps gas-powered landscaping equipment

West San Gabriel Valley news from Alhambra, San Gabriel, San Marino, Rosemead, Monterey Park, South Pasadena, and Pasadena:

    • Why it is a bigger deal than you think that Cal State LA has dumped gas-powered landscaping equipment (SGV Tribune)
    • Caltrans may begin selling 710 Freeway extension properties this fall (SGV Tribune)
    • 3 women, a baby and charges of stealing power tools in Alhambra, Burbank and Glendale (Pasadena Star-News)
    • 19-YEAR-OLD GLENDALE MAN WITH AUTISM FOUND SAFE IN ALHAMBRA, POLICE SAY (ABC-7)
    • Pasadena Water & Power Hopes to Mitigate Effect of Drought by Holding Workshop on Water Usage (Pasadena Now)

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    1. The public is invited to a community meeting on the proposed 710 tunnel project at the Pasadena Convention Center Ballroom, 300 E. Green Street, 6:30-8 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016.

      Sponsored by Councilmember Steve Madison, the event-“The Pasadena Way … Or Their Highway”-will cover topics of connectivity, clean air, the tunnel, trucks and tolls.

      There will be free, 90-minute parking, with validation, available across the street at the Paseo Colorado garage.

      Featured speakers include:
      Paul Moore, Principal, Nelson Nygaard Consulting Associates
      David Grannis, Transportation Strategist, Founding Partner, pointC, LLC
      Stefanos Polyzoides, Moule & Polyzoides, Architects and Urbanists

      The meeting will be broadcast live by Pasadena Media on KPAS, Pasadena’s government cable access channel, found on Channel 3 for Charter subscribers and Channel 99 on the AT& T U-verse system. The meeting will also stream live on the Pasadena Media website, www.pasadenamedia.tv and the City’s website at www.cityofpasadena.net/Media. The event will be recorded for re-broadcast several times during the month of September.