"Traffic congestion, safety hazards and air and noise pollution topped a list of concerns put forth by community members Saturday at a public outreach meeting on the proposed Long Beach (710) Freeway gap closure project," The Glendale News-Press reports. "The meeting, which drew about two dozen people to Glendale Community College, was the last of six hosted by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority during the last 10 days."
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