Author Archives: Alhambrans Against 710
http://mailchi.mp/5890dbe4463d/sr-710-north-study-update-march-1281905?e=4adea888c7 On May 25, 2017, by a 12-0 vote, the Metro Board of Directors approved directing the SR-710 project funds to local operational improvement projects to address traffic congestion caused by the 4.5-mile gap in the 710 freeway between Alhambra … Continue reading
On May 25 the Metro Board voted unanimously in favor of using existing funds to fix local transportation issues, and have decided a freeway tunnel is NOT the way to go. Not surprisingly, Alhambra’s legislators are still clinging on to … Continue reading
Pasadena Star News, Feb. 9, 2017: Chris Holden Introduces Bill to Kill 710 Freeway Tunnel: http://www.pasadenastarnews.com/general-news/20170209/assemblyman-chris-holden-of-pasadena-introduces-bill-to-kill-710-freeway-tunnel-project Alhambra Councilwoman Barbara Messina, who leads the 710 Coalition of cities and labor unions in support of constructing the gap-tunnel, took Holden’s announcement personally. … Continue reading
USEFUL VOTING GUIDE FROM NO 710 ACTION COMMITTEE – PROVIDES VOTER INFORMATION FOR LOCAL RACES. CHECK IT OUT BEFORE YOU VOTE! http://www.no710.com/voter-info.html PASADENA STAR NEWS ENDORSES TWO NON-ESTABLISHMENT CANDIDATES FOR ALHAMBRA CITY COUNCIL WHO OPPOSE THE SR 710 TUNNEL ALTERNATIVE. READ … Continue reading
Alhambra finally has two anti-710 candidates running for two separate open seats, and Alhambrans Against 710 have endorsed them both: Mark Nisall and Ken Toh. Both are running against candidates who are supported by our current city council members. None of the … Continue reading
Protected: 710 Toll Tunnel will NOT help traffic in Alhambra – Alhambra’s city council’s myth debunked!
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[Current] Alhambra Councilmember Barabara Messina continues to push her 710 Freeway Tunnel agenda, despite only 3.9% of polled Alhambra residents wanting the 710 connector addressed (see City of Alhambra General Plan 2015 Survey Results). According to the Pasadena Star News, she supported … Continue reading