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Metro Representative to Address Neighborhood Concerns at Wednesday GWNC Meeting

Signage at the Metro staging lot at Wilshire between Crenshaw and Lorraine, exhorts truckers to go slow and quietly.
Signage at the Metro staging lot at Wilshire between Crenshaw & Lorraine, exhorts truckers to slow down, and reduce noise.

Michael Cortez, Metro’s Construction Relations Liaison for the section of the Purple Line Subway Extension Project that runs through the Greater Wilshire area – including the neighborhoods of Windsor Square, Windsor Village, Hancock Park, Fremont Place, Brookside, Sycamore Square, and Hancock-La Brea – will attend Wednesday’s GWNC Board meeting.

gwnc625x245Cortez will address neighborhood concerns regarding the ongoing utility relocation work at Wilshire and La Brea, and at the Metro staging site at Wilshire and Lorraine. 

If you have a specific question to ask Mr. Cortez, or a specific issue for him to address, please send it to [email protected] by the end of the day Monday, July 7. These items will be forwarded to Metro so they can come prepared with information and answers.

Greater Wilshire Neighborhood Council (GWNC) Board Meeting 
Wednesday, July 9 at 7pm
The Wilshire Ebell
743 South Lucerne Boulevard, LA


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