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Federal funds received for railroad crossing project

SANTA FE SPRINGS — A project to build a vehicle overpass at a frequent site of crashes between cars and trains recently received a $15 million infusion from the federal government, officials announced Aug. 25. The $137.2 million project to build the overpass over the railroad crossing at Rosecrans and Marquardt avenues is not anticipated Read More…

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More cities toughen regulations for medicinal marijuana sales

Bellflower, Santa Fe Springs and Whittier have joined surrounding cities in toughening their anti-marijuana dispensary laws to comply with a state deadline of March 1. Interim Planning Director Rowena Genilo-Concepcion, in a written report to the Bellflower City Council Jan. 11, explained that the state Legislature has approved three bills, which take effect March 1, Read More…

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Cities stiffen regulations on medicinal marijuana

DOWNEY — The City Council Jan. 12 joined surrounding cities in stiffening regulations banning marijuana dispensaries, generally by adding prohibitions against delivery and cultivation along with sales. Norwalk did the same Jan. 5 and Santa Fe Springs is expected to take action on the issue Jan. 14. Downey’s unanimous action came over the plea of a Read More…