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October 2, 1995 | KAY HWANGBO
Major road work is under way on sections of Winnetka Avenue, roughly between Roscoe Boulevard and the Ventura Freeway, in a project that is likely to inconvenience motorists. Last week, the city Bureau of Street Maintenance began removing old pavement along Winnetka from Roscoe to Sherman Way, in a process that should end Wednesday, according to Gregory L. Scott, an assistant director of street maintenance. After a monthlong respite, laying of new asphalt on that section will begin Nov. 6.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 2, 1995 | KAY HWANGBO
Major road work is under way on sections of Winnetka Avenue, roughly between Roscoe Boulevard and the Ventura Freeway, in a project that is likely to inconvenience motorists. Last week, the city Bureau of Street Maintenance began removing old pavement along Winnetka from Roscoe to Sherman Way, in a process that should end Wednesday, according to Gregory L. Scott, an assistant director of street maintenance. After a monthlong respite, laying of new asphalt on that section will begin Nov. 6.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 20, 1995
DOWN THE DRAIN: Marilyn Torres says the county is killing her business. Torres and other Pico Boulevard merchants say a Los Angeles County storm drain project along Crescent Heights Boulevard is making it impossible to attract customers. After a summer of construction-torn roads, Torres estimates her cafe and catering business will only last a few more months before she will be forced to close its doors.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 20, 1995
DOWN THE DRAIN: Marilyn Torres says the county is killing her business. Torres and other Pico Boulevard merchants say a Los Angeles County storm drain project along Crescent Heights Boulevard is making it impossible to attract customers. After a summer of construction-torn roads, Torres estimates her cafe and catering business will only last a few more months before she will be forced to close its doors.
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