Anthony Portantino’s latest “The Question Is” focuses on the 710 Tunnel, with Glendale City Council / Metro Board member Ara Najarian, South Pasadena City Manager Sergio Gonzalez, and Crescenta Valley Town Council President Robbyn Battles discussing economic, environmental, technical (think Seattle and Big Bertha!), social justice and quality of life problems with the proposal, and emphasizing several better ways to spend $10 billion to improve regional transportation […]
A big lineup of local elected officials who are against the SR-710 Tunnel proposal, including Glendale City Council member/ MTA Board member Ara Najarian and former 44th District Assemblyman Anthony Portantino, spoke at a July 20 press conference in Pasadena, just ahead of a Metro community meeting on the study. […]
Ara Najarian began his new MTA Board term by getting unanimous support (including from Duarte Mayor John Fasana) for his motion asking for a clear answer as to which agency, Metro or Caltrans, has the authority to select and fund an SR-710 study alternative. Caltrans officials had asserted it had […]
Political leaders pile on objections to 710 studies.
Portantino supports Glendale effort to keep redevelopment; city will support bill delaying agency end.
No Task Force needed for California assembly budget information release.
Regional forum on the future of California education held Saturday, March 12 at Glendale High Auditorium.
Glendale Mayor Ara Najarian questions 710 Tunnel project costs at One Community forum.
No 710 Tunnel Coalition member / South Pasadena Mayor Dr. Richard Schneider urges Governor-elect Jerry Brown to stop the project.
Southern California activists and national organization Green Scissors call for action against 710 Tunnel project proposal.