Azusa Target "San Gabriel Ave Exit"

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Safety

Monrovia, CA

#1 Jun 11, 2012
Major concerned.
I have notice a lot of "close calls" (vehicle collisions) in which vehicles leaving target almost get T-Bone or Rear Ended by other vehicle's who are traveling south on San Gabriel Ave at highway speeds. The majority of the time vehicles are entering the highway (fast lane) at slow speeds causing others to swerve out the way or hard brake.
I also have seen pedestrians who are walking on the sidewalk southbound almost get hit by vehicles exiting the "blind" drive way which is obstructed by that great wall...
It is just a matter of time for an accident to occur.....
azusaman

Duarte, CA

#2 Jun 12, 2012
That's how we drive. We were here first. So Get used to it.
AtoZ

Herndon, VA

#3 Jun 13, 2012
The speed limit should be lowered to 25mph near Target; Speed enforcement by the cops would also help. It's common to see drivers there going at 45mph.
azusaman

Duarte, CA

#4 Jun 13, 2012
It doesn't matter what the speed limit is, the police aren't going to enforce it. Look at who the people are driving down San Gabriel Ave.
Sunset

Azusa, CA

#5 Jun 14, 2012
azusaman wrote:
It doesn't matter what the speed limit is, the police aren't going to enforce it. Look at who the people are driving down San Gabriel Ave.
What the hell does that mean? I drive down San Gabriel Ave. pretty frequently, and I obey the speed limit, as do most of the drivers with whom I share the road.
azusaman

Duarte, CA

#6 Jun 15, 2012
Sunset wrote:
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What the hell does that mean? I drive down San Gabriel Ave. pretty frequently, and I obey the speed limit, as do most of the drivers with whom I share the road.
There's that 10% of low lifes that the Azusa PD doesn't mess with.
LMAO

Monrovia, CA

#7 Jun 16, 2012
azusaman wrote:
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There's that 10% of low lifes that the Azusa PD doesn't mess with.
5% Rosedale
5% Mt. Cove

lol
Test Dummy Required

Monrovia, CA

#8 Jun 16, 2012
We need a Volunteer to lose his or her life before Azusa Lowers the speed or fixes that exit point in that area.
azusaman

Duarte, CA

#9 Jun 18, 2012
Test Dummy Required wrote:
We need a Volunteer to lose his or her life before Azusa Lowers the speed or fixes that exit point in that area.
The problem isn't the speed limit or exit point, it's the police who won't do anything about the low life drivers.
Get Over It

Cave Creek, AZ

#10 Jun 18, 2012
Why do some of you pay so much attention to Mt. Cove and Rosedale owners? Theyre not ANY different from the rest of Azusa residents, at ALL. The fact they live in newer homes just means theyre willing to invest their life savings on a larger home for status or for comfort. The rest is just planning ahead saving for when they retire they can move to a City where homes are REALLY worth the 1 million dollars. I Live in Azusa and make great money but would never invest a million on a home in my City. Not until im ready to retire... ill move up north and spend that money and live happily ever after :-). Leave them alone.

Since: Oct 08

Claremont, CA

#11 Jun 19, 2012
If it wasn't for Mountain Cove, Rosedale and APU residents/students, Target would still be a King Raunch Market.

If it were up to me, I would level all apartments North of Foothill.
azusaman

Duarte, CA

#12 Jun 19, 2012
Get Over It wrote:
Why do some of you pay so much attention to Mt. Cove and Rosedale owners? Theyre not ANY different from the rest of Azusa residents, at ALL. The fact they live in newer homes just means theyre willing to invest their life savings on a larger home for status or for comfort. The rest is just planning ahead saving for when they retire they can move to a City where homes are REALLY worth the 1 million dollars. I Live in Azusa and make great money but would never invest a million on a home in my City. Not until im ready to retire... ill move up north and spend that money and live happily ever after :-). Leave them alone.
They only believe they're privileged because so many people in Azusa think they should get special treatment.
Sunset

Azusa, CA

#13 Jun 20, 2012
Azusa Metalhead wrote:
If it wasn't for Mountain Cove, Rosedale and APU residents/students, Target would still be a King Raunch Market.
If it were up to me, I would level all apartments North of Foothill.
Amen to that!
azusaman

Duarte, CA

#14 Jun 20, 2012
Azusa Metalhead wrote:
If it wasn't for Mountain Cove, Rosedale and APU residents/students, Target would still be a King Raunch Market.
If it were up to me, I would level all apartments North of Foothill.
Now we have a Target that's probably going out of business. I think they should put the grocery dept. in the front of the store, like Walmart did.
Grocery Man

La Puente, CA

#15 Jun 21, 2012
azusaman wrote:
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Now we have a Target that's probably going out of business. I think they should put the grocery dept. in the front of the store, like Walmart did.
Fo realsss... just to get a gallon of milk I have to walk all the way to the back of the store. It's like walking to CVS without the escalators. Same distance!!!
azusaman

Duarte, CA

#16 Jun 24, 2012
Grocery Man wrote:
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Fo realsss... just to get a gallon of milk I have to walk all the way to the back of the store. It's like walking to CVS without the escalators. Same distance!!!
And everything seems to me, to be more expensive at Target.
AtoZ

Herndon, VA

#17 Jun 25, 2012
azusaman wrote:
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They only believe they're privileged because so many people in Azusa think they should get special treatment.
Mt Cove and Rosedale residents amongst other newer communities pay association fees and mello-roos to cover for the cost of "construction" and/or "maintenance" of the infrastructures like the roads, electricity, sewage and maintenance of hillside and parks.

These residents are less of a burden on the city and at the same time produce more property tax revenue! So, how are they privileged when they are paying for majority of the infrastructure cost and paying a fair share towards property tax revenues?
azusaman

Duarte, CA

#18 Jun 25, 2012
AtoZ wrote:
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Mt Cove and Rosedale residents amongst other newer communities pay association fees and mello-roos to cover for the cost of "construction" and/or "maintenance" of the infrastructures like the roads, electricity, sewage and maintenance of hillside and parks.
These residents are less of a burden on the city and at the same time produce more property tax revenue! So, how are they privileged when they are paying for majority of the infrastructure cost and paying a fair share towards property tax revenues?
The Police leave them alone. They don't treat them like the ordinary citizens who live off Sierra Madre and south. The only time the police go into their neighborhoods is when they're summoned there. When was the last time you saw the police get those people out of their car and make them sit on the curb for running a stop sign or speeding?

how do I know the police treat them special and they believe they're previliged? Officers have told me.

It's the way the world has been for thousands of years.
AtoZ

Herndon, VA

#19 Jun 26, 2012
azusaman wrote:
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The Police leave them alone. They don't treat them like the ordinary citizens who live off Sierra Madre and south. The only time the police go into their neighborhoods is when they're summoned there. When was the last time you saw the police get those people out of their car and make them sit on the curb for running a stop sign or speeding?
how do I know the police treat them special and they believe they're previliged? Officers have told me.
It's the way the world has been for thousands of years.
You are making no sense! Mt Cove and Rosedale is no San Marino or Bradbury. Majority of the people there are middle income families.

Besides paying for majority of their infrastructure construction and building cost, they maintain a security service and security cameras to minimize being a burden on the police as well. Lesser criminal activity in any area will result in lesser police intervention.
Sunset

Azusa, CA

#20 Jun 27, 2012
AtoZ wrote:
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You are making no sense! Mt Cove and Rosedale is no San Marino or Bradbury. Majority of the people there are middle income families.
Besides paying for majority of their infrastructure construction and building cost, they maintain a security service and security cameras to minimize being a burden on the police as well. Lesser criminal activity in any area will result in lesser police intervention.
Very true. Azusaman doesn't know what he's talking about.

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