Los Angeles City and County officials examine San Pedro Landslide

Los Angeles City and County officials, including County Supervisor, Don Knabe, LA City Attorney, Carmen Trutanich and City Council candidate Joe Buscaino exa...

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Comment by Celia Gonzales on November 20, 2011 at 7:37pm

Old time RPV residents'll tell you that the city trying to extend Crenshaw bl. by using dynamite shifted the underground watertables that undermined the area that became the Flying Triangle - they had to stop extending Crenshaw after that slide started & cut their way more westerly & extend Hawthorne Bl. instead - Same thing here w/diff. circumstance as rumor of leaking underground pipes were detected but repairs blown off as non-demending - now it's mother nature's fault.

Guess we'll see how long it takes for The Powers That Be to take Eminent Domain of about 100 ft above the Paseo roadway, widen the intersection at the new Weymouth "Stop" sign and reroute the roadway on the northside of the preserve fence & palm tree property line to pave a new roadway connecting it at the Fromhold Field ball field to return traffic to a thoroughfare from Paseo & Western Ave.

 And KEEP the Stop sign at Weymouth Ave to calm the crazies that think Paseo's their personal drag strip!    

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