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October 8, 2009
This week, in phases: ??Manistee Drive, from Ocean View Boulevard to Manistee?s east terminus ?? Ocean View between Manistee and Derwood Drive ??Derwood between Ocean View and Derwood?s east terminus ??Ocean View between Derwood and Bristow Drive ??Harter Lane south of Big Briar Way ??Ocean View from Derwood to Bristow ??Haskell Street from White Deer Drive to Haskell?s north terminus ??Big Briar from Haskell to Big Briar?s east terminus Next week, in phases: ?
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October 8, 2009
Center to host mixer Oct. 15 The La Cañada Flintridge Chamber of Commerce & Community Association is holding a community mixer on Oct. 15 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the La Cañada Flintridge Community Center at 4469 Chevy Chase Drive. The event will include music, food and a bar hosted by Le Petite Vendome. There are will also be a $50 raffle. Tickets for Chamber members are $8. Tickets for non-Chamber members are $15. The La Cañada Flintridge Chamber of Commerce office is located at 4529 Angeles Crest Hwy. For additional information, call (818)
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By Jake Armstrong | September 9, 2004
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is commissioning a study to assess the technical feasibility of boring a tunnel to connect the Long Beach (710) Freeway to the Foothill (210) Freeway. To the dismay of city leaders, the study, which an MTA official stressed is "preliminary," will not take into account pollution levels that could increase if the tunnel is built and more freeway traffic courses through La Cañada Flintridge as result. The study will help answer critical questions related to a tunnel that would connect the 710 terminus at the Santa Monica (10)
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By Mary O’Keefe | June 25, 2009
A bail hearing that was to be held Wednesday for big rig driver Marcos Costa, who has been indicted on two counts of murder in the April 1 runaway truck collision in La Cañada Flintridge, has been continued to July 10 in Pasadena Superior Court. According to Jane Robison, spokeswoman for Los Angeles County District Attorney?s office, Costa was in court Wednesday, but attorneys on both sides agreed to continue the case. Costa?s bail remains at $2.09 million. On June 11, a Los Angeles County grand jury returned an indictment against Costa of two counts of murder, vehicular manslaughter and three felony counts of reckless driving causing specified injury.
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By Joe Piasecki | June 13, 2011
Trial is set to begin on June 20 for the driver charged with murder in the April 2009 Angeles Crest Highway runaway truck crash that killed two people in La Cañada Flintridge. Marcos Costa, 46, appeared for a pretrial hearing Monday in a Los Angeles Superior Courthouse in Pasadena during which attorneys on both sides of the case told Judge Darrell Mavis they were ready to proceed to jury selection next week. “We’re ready to go, and I expect the jury to find Mr. Costa not guilty of all the charges.
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By Daniel Siegal and Joe Piasecki | July 8, 2011
In testimony Friday that was set to continue Monday morning, the driver of the runaway truck that killed two people in La Cañada Flintridge in April 2009 after its brakes went out on Angeles Crest Highway recounted parts of that journey leading up to the fatal crash. Marcos Costa, 46, said through a Portuguese translator that he did his best to follow a route prescribed by a witness who flagged the truck down on Angeles Forest Highway, but due to his poor command of English may not have understood all the man said — including warnings about the steep terrain he would face and evidence that his brakes were overheating.
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By Megan O’Neil | October 29, 2009
The city of La Cañada Flintridge will continue to fight plans to extend the Long Beach (710) Freeway, officials said Monday, despite the recent ruling by a Santa Barbara judge to dismiss a lawsuit that sought to bar Measure R funding from being used on the project. La Cañada and the city of South Pasadena filed lawsuits contending that the Metropolitan Transit Authority could not use tax dollars generated by Measure R to extend the 710 Freeway because the necessary environmental assessments have not been conducted.
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By Seth Amitin | August 13, 2009
The temporary ban for trucks on Angeles Crest Highway became permanent Aug. 6 as Assembly Bill 1361 was signed by California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, officially making it illegal for any commercial vehicle exceeding three axles or 10,000 pounds to travel on the highway. Shortly after the April 1 runaway accident at the Foothill Boulevard terminus of the highway, which killed Angel Posca and his pre-teen daughter Angelina, injured several others and heavily damaged the building that houses Flintridge Bookstore and Coffeehouse, the state placed a temporary ban on all big rigs from traveling on ACH to allow the bill time to work its way through the approval process.
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By Charles Cooper | March 29, 2007
The 710 tunnel to the 210 Freeway got a boost last week when the Metropolitan Transit Authority board voted to allocate $5 million in scarce transportation funds for further study of the tunnel proposal to bring the 710 Freeway through to the 210 in Pasadena. The MTA has already spent $550,000 on a preliminary study of the concept, which got a lukewarm reaction from many cities along the route. The $5 million in MTA funds will be added to $5 million from the state and $3.4 million in federal funding to further study the 4.5 mile tunnel through South Pasadena and Pasadena.
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October 8, 2009
This week, in phases: ??Manistee Drive, from Ocean View Boulevard to Manistee?s east terminus ?? Ocean View between Manistee and Derwood Drive ??Derwood between Ocean View and Derwood?s east terminus ??Ocean View between Derwood and Bristow Drive ??Harter Lane south of Big Briar Way ??Ocean View from Derwood to Bristow ??Haskell Street from White Deer Drive to Haskell?s north terminus ??Big Briar from Haskell to Big Briar?s east terminus Next week, in phases: ?
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