Today’s Expo Board Meeting Coverage Here and on Twitter

12_18_09_expo_map.jpgThe Source has a full sized map here.

As soon as today’s Expo Board Hearing begins, which should be in a couple of moments, Streetsblog will begin "tweeting" the coverage live at http://twitter.com/lastreetsblog.  Once the Board votes on the Final Environmental Impact Statement on Phase II of the Expo Line, we’ll post the results at this link.  Tomorrow morning a post with more complete coverage of the meeting will come tomorrow morning.

Update, 6:45- It’s official.  The FEIS is approved by a of 5-1-1.  Voting for the motion were Los Angeles Councilmen Wesson, Parks and Rosendahl, along with County Supervisor Yaroslavsky, a Councilwoman from Santa Monica sitting in for the injured Pam O’Conner, and Councilman Maslin from Culver City.  Daniel Rosenfeld, sitting in for Supervisor Ridley-Thomas abstained.

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