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San Gabriel Valley council removes funding from 710 extension; Man Wanted in death of El Monte woman whose remains were found in Valinda

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

  • Local rapper shot in neck on freeway in Pasadena (CBS
  • Man Wanted in death of El Monte woman whose remains were found in Valinda (MYFoxLA)
  • Valinda remains identified as missing El Monte woman; Santeria spiritualist named suspect (ABC7)
  • San Gabriel food pantry faces shutdown (CBS LA)
  • San Gabriel Valley council removes funding from 710 extension (San Gabriel Valley Tribune)
  • Huntington Memorial faces 3 union charges after 2 nurses fired (Becker's Hospital Review)

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2 thoughts on “San Gabriel Valley council removes funding from 710 extension; Man Wanted in death of El Monte woman whose remains were found in Valinda”

  1. Many people will be glad to pay instead of sitting in traffic for hours.

    If people are tired of bloated salaries and pensions then why do voters keep putting them in office?

  2. “Tolls would recover the capital cost.” If your going to charge people to use the freeway, then please don’t bother even building it.

    Are all our taxes being used up to pay bloated salaries and luxurious pensions?