San Jacinto: Expressway widening starts in March
In what one might call a "Kodak moment," Habib Motlagh, San Jacinto's contract city engineer, captured the signing of the contract for Ramona Expressway widening San Jacinto City Clerk Rick Miller, on left, and Mayor Mark Bartel watch as City Manager Tim Hults signs the contract for Ramona Expressway widening in the city.
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#1 Mar 1, 2013
We've lived at Ramona expressway and Chase for 16 years. They plan to tear out our tree, knock down our fence, rip up our landscape and leave a temporary fence in its wake. I never saw an environmental document for this project and we were not notified that they were putting an expressway in our yard. We have approached the City engineers who have blown us off. We've contacted the Mayor-he pushes us to the engineers who say too bad. They are knocking down a beautifulold tree that was planted in the 1800's.
Our home used to be a beautiful old landmark and they are making it unlivable, it was built in 1890. The City never even talked to us-they just planned to knock everything down. They're planning on rolling right over us as if we aren't there
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