SUNSET CARMAGEDDON: GRIDLOCK FROM THE 405 TO THE PALISADES COMPLIMENTS OF ARCHER EXPANSION SOON TO BE VOTED ON BY COUNCIL
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The fight against the massive Archer School Expansion Plan continues!
Archer’s plan as recently voted on by the Council's Planning and Land Use Management Committee (PLUM) is TOO big and TOO impactful.
There’s still time to tell Councilmember Bonin that the majority of Brentwood and Palisades neighbors and community organizations continue to oppose the plan.
The traffic impacts from the construction and the massive project once built will be devastating for Sunset Blvd from the 405 all the way to Pacific Palisades.
Archer’s construction schedule (compressed from six years to three, with minimal reduction to the scope, scale and size of the project) will result in continuous construction six days per week for at least three years, with flagmen bringing Sunset traffic to a standstill! Archer’s filings detail more than 130,000 construction vehicle round trips, each one crossing the intersection at Sunset and Barrington, "one of the worst traffic choke points in the City" according to Councilmember Mike Bonin's Oct 2, 2014 letter.
The thousands of vehicles trips in the area will increase the levels of airborne toxins, which may well exceed California air quality standards.
Please join the Sunset Coalition in asking Councilmember Mike Bonin to postpone the vote on Archer and require full transparency regarding this highly-impactful project before the City Council makes its final decision.
The Sunset Coalition is a group of concerned neighbors and organizations from Brentwood to Palisades dedicated to reducing traffic impacts on Sunset Blvd and surrounding neighborhoods.
For more information visit www.sunsetcoalition.org.
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