Reminder:Subway to the Sea Meeting on Monday

Since I don’t have a calendar section….

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Monday, October 29 2007, 6:00pm – 8:00pm

Southern California Transit Advocates is sponsoring a series of public
meetings in the Wilshire Corridor regarding the proposal to extend the subway
(also known as the Purple Line) west to Westwood and eventually Santa Monica via
the Miracle Mile, Beverly Hills and Century City. Learn about the status of the
proposal and the public’s role in its progress, and how to engage in effective
advocacy by contacting elected officials.

Location: El Rey Theatre, 5515 Wilshire Blvd. (4 blocks west of LaBrea)
Contact: (213) 388-2364

Transit access via Metro 20 and DASH Fairfax

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