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                      THE CGC COMMUNICATOR
                            CGC #1031
                  Thursday,  November 18, 2010
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                Robert F. Gonsett, W6VR,  Editor
                <cgc (at) cgc333.connectnet.com>
    Copyright 2010, Communications GeneralŪ Corporation (CGC)
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  ANGELES CREST HIGHWAY MAY OPEN DECEMBER 1
  I spoke with Caltrans and L.A. County road supervisors
along with a number of the crews and they are all indicating
that they plan on opening Angeles Crest Highway (the main road
to Mt. Wilson) on December 1 provided the storm this weekend
doesn't cause major issues.  Stay tuned for updates.
  As a side note, all Upper Big T resurfacing work is complete
although the roadbed still has a few pot holes and bumps from
tree roots.  Keep your eyes open and you'll be fine.
  Dennis Doty
  dennisd (at) ladigitalnetworks.com
  November 17, 2010
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  THIS MAY BE A MILD WINTER OVERALL
  Potential good news for road travelers.
  "Rain-robbing La Niņa will not only visit this winter, but
it may hang around like an unwanted house guest for another year
or longer.  If it does, it could prolong water shortages for
Southern Californians...."  This, despite the prediction for
rain this weekend.
  http://tinyurl.com/27sen9a
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