Announcement: Construction Authority Awards Design-Build Contract for Glendora to Montclair Light Rail Extension to Kiewit-Parsons, a Joint Venture
Today, the Construction Authority Board of Directors awarded the main design-build contract for the next segment of the Foothill Gold Line light rail extension to Kiewit-Parsons, a Joint Venture. The contract includes an $805.6 million base scope for the first nine miles of the project from Glendora to Pomona, with a two-year contract option to complete the full 12.3-mile project to Montclair for a total contract award of $1,186.9 million if additional funds are secured by September 2021. The base scope
Elder abuse and senior issues are important to understand. Please join State Senator Anthony J. Portantino (D–La Cañada Flintridge) for a robust expert panel discussion focused on protecting seniors followed by a mixer in Duarte on August 8th at 6pm. The event is in partnership with Monrovia’s Providers Group and Westminster Gardens.WHO: State Senator Anthony J. Portantino WHAT: Protecting Seniors Panel & Mixer WHERE: Westminster Gardens, 1420 Santo Domingo Ave.
The Foothill Gold Line from Glendora to Montclair (Project) is undergoing a supplemental environmental review and the public is invited to review the draft report and provide comment between now and May 6, 2019. The Project includes a 12.3-mile extension of the Metro Gold Line light rail system from Azusa to Montclair, and the Construction Authority proposes to modify the existing approved Project (2013 FEIR as addended). Project Modifications evaluated in the Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact
Special March 2019 Election - Measure EIn an effort to maintain the services that the Glendora community has come to expect, on November 27, 2018, the Glendora City Council voted unanimously to call a Special Municipal Election for Tuesday, March 5, 2019, for voters to consider the Measure. The Measure would enact a 0.75% (¾ cent) transaction and use tax that would generate approximately $3.75 million in FY 2019-2020 and approximately $5 million per year thereafter. All funds would stay in Glendora and