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September 6, 1987
Plans to build a 130-mile, $225-million pipeline to carry oil from Kern County wells to Los Angeles County refineries were given final environmental approval by the U.S. Forest Service and California Transportation Department. A government study concluded that the pipeline project, proposed by Southern California Pipeline System two years ago, does not represent unique hazards to the natural and human environment.
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September 6, 1987
Plans to build a 130-mile, $225-million pipeline to carry oil from Kern County wells to Los Angeles County refineries were given final environmental approval by the U.S. Forest Service and California Transportation Department. A government study concluded that the pipeline project, proposed by Southern California Pipeline System two years ago, does not represent unique hazards to the natural and human environment.
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July 10, 1987 | VICTOR MERINA, Times Staff Writer
Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley has decided to oppose as environmentally too risky a planned $225-million crude oil pipeline that would run beneath 13 cities, including parts of Glendale, Burbank and several miles of Los Angeles, The Times has learned. Bradley, who has remained noncommittal over the controversial Angeles Pipeline, will announce his opposition at a City Hall news conference scheduled for this morning after deciding sometime last week to speak out against the project, sources said.
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July 10, 1987 | VICTOR MERINA, Times Staff Writer
Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley has decided to oppose as environmentally too risky a planned $225-million crude oil pipeline that would run beneath 13 cities, including parts of Glendale, Burbank and several miles of Los Angeles, The Times has learned. Bradley, who has remained noncommittal over the controversial Angeles Pipeline, will announce his opposition at a City Hall news conference scheduled for this morning after deciding sometime last week to speak out against the project, sources said.
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December 11, 1985
Santa Clarita Valley residents and officials Tuesday appealed to a consortium of oil companies to reroute a proposed oil pipeline away from their community. An executive of the company that hopes to build the pipeline told them that there is now a good possibility that the company can do just that.
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November 27, 1987
The Gardena Valley Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a public forum next week on the Angeles Pipeline and its proposed route through Gardena. The Gardena route has been "recently altered to avoid certain freeway overpasses," said Jeff Schaffer, spokesman for the Southern California Pipeline System, a consortium of four oil companies that has proposed the $225-million project. The Gardena forum will be Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Nakaoka Community Center, 1700 West 162nd St.
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May 21, 1986 | JAMES BATES, Times Staff Writer
Atlantic Richfield Co. reported Tuesday that it will relinquish its role as project manager of a pipeline that it and three other oil companies plan to build to pump crude oil from Santa Barbara County, through the San Fernando Valley, to refineries in the South Bay. John Moffitt, a senior engineer with San Francisco-based Chevron Corp., said Chevron probably will replace Arco as the project manager. Another Chevron spokesman, Al Swanson, said details are being worked out.
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December 13, 1985 | T.W. McGARRY, Times Staff Writer
The president of the Los Angeles Environmental Quality Board complained Thursday to the California Department of Transportation that San Fernando Valley residents had not been adequately notified of the possibility that a crude-oil pipeline may be built through the Valley.
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December 12, 1985 | T.W. McGARRY, Times Staff Writer
A consortium of four major oil companies is considering a route for a crude-oil pipeline that would run through the central San Fernando Valley from Granada Hills to Sherman Oaks. The proposed pipeline will be the subject of a public meeting held by the California Department of Transportation at 6:30 tonight at John Marshall High School in Los Feliz. It will be the last of three meetings to gather public comment about state and federal environmental reports on the proposed Angeles Pipeline.
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July 27, 1985 | LARRY B. STAMMER, Times Staff Writer
A consortium of four major oil companies disclosed Friday the route of a proposed 130-mile pipeline to bring crude oil from the Santa Barbara Channel and Santa Maria Basin to Los Angeles-area refineries. It would pass beneath 12 Los Angeles County communities. The route, selected after months of evaluation, was announced as the Southern California Pipeline System filed applications for construction permits with local, state and federal agencies to build the $225-million line.
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April 2, 1987 | DENISE HAMILTON, Times Staff Writer
A consortium of oil companies wants to reroute a proposed crude oil pipeline so that it avoids Griffith Park and the Los Feliz area but runs under heavily traveled streets in Silver Lake and Glendale, including a stretch of Central Avenue near the Glendale Galleria. The changes came at the urging of environmentalists and Los Feliz residents who opposed routing the pipeline through a city park and along Los Feliz Boulevard, one of the area's main thoroughfares.
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