CGC #1069

by CGC on June 2, 2011



                      THE CGC COMMUNICATOR

                            CGC #1069

                     Thursday, June 2, 2011


                Robert F. Gonsett, W6VR,  Editor

    Copyright 2011, Communications General® Corporation (CGC)



  Thanks to a sharp-eyed CGC Communicator reader, a Media Advisory has been 
located on the Web entitled, "Caltrans To Open Angeles Crest Highway (SR-2)."  
Advisory is here:

  Patrick Chandler of Caltrans called our office at about
4:45 PM today and confirmed that soon after the press conference scheduled 
for 10 AM Friday concludes, Angeles Crest Highway between La Canada 
Flintridge and Angeles Forest Highway will indeed be opened to the public.  
(The roads beyond that point are already open.)



  o  For those traveling east of Red Box on SR-2, beware
  of Caltrans crews working at mileage marker 40.35 (rock slide)
  and mileage marker 61 (rain wash out).  Traffic may be delayed
  because only a single lane of thru-traffic is available (info
  from Patrick Chandler).

  o  This just in Mike McIntyre at the USDA Forest Service:
  "L.A. County will be removing soil from behind retaining
  walls along Mt. Wilson Road so people should be careful when
  driving along the road.  Tentative start date is June 6."

  o  If you Web-post pictures of the Angeles Crest Highway
  road opening ceremonies, please send us the URL.



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