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SUPERVISOR ED EDELMAN TO JOIN OFFICIALS TO DISCUSS SANTA MONICA BOULEVARD RIGHT-OF-WAY PROJECT, JULY 22

 SUPERVISOR ED EDELMAN TO JOIN OFFICIALS TO DISCUSS
 SANTA MONICA BOULEVARD RIGHT-OF-WAY PROJECT, JULY 22
 EVENT: Supervisor Ed Edelman and other area elected officials
 will discuss plans for the Santa Monica Boulevard
 right-of-way transportation project. California
 Conservation Corps workers will also take part in the
 clean-up of the right-of-way as part of the Los
 Angeles County Transportation Commission's planned
 long-term transportation and improvement program.
 WHEN: Wednesday, July 22
 9 a.m.
 WHERE: Northeast corner of Beverly Glen and Santa Monica
 Boulevard
 Thomas Bros. guide page 42-A-2
 WHO: Ed Edelman, Los Angeles County supervisor and LACTC
 commissioner
 Ruth Galanter, Los Angeles city councilwoman
 Zev Yaroslavsky, Los Angeles city councilman
 Steve Lantz, westside area team director, LACTC
 BACKGROUND: The Los Angeles County Transportation Commission
 purchased last year from the Southern Pacific
 Railroad Co. the Santa Monica Boulevard right-of-way
 which extends 2.5 miles from the San Diego Freeway
 (I-405) to the city of Beverly Hills. Since that
 time the LACTC has developed a three-phase approach
 to improve the Santa Monica Boulevard right-of-way
 as a transportation corridor which includes a
 federal demonstration project and beautification.
 CONTACT: Joel Bellman of Supervisor Ed Edelman's office, 213-974-3333; or Michael Bustamante of LACTC, 213-244-6591.
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