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RLn BRIEFS: July 27, 2017

Court Places BNSF on Hold, Indefinitely WILMINGTON — BNSF’s environmental analysis was put aside as inadequate, July 26, when a $500 million railyard in Wilmington...

Activists Defeat SCIG

Court Strikes Down BNSF Railyard Project By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor On March 30, Contra Costa County Superior Court Judge Barry P. Goode voided plans for...

Court Rejects SCIG EIR

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor In a 200-page ruling, Alameda County Superior Court Judge Barry P. Goode voided BNSF's Southern California International Gateway's environmental impact...

Echoes of China Shipping

SCIG Railyard Trial Resurrects Old Concerns By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor   Despite more than a decade of welcome environmental progress by local ports, haunting echoes of...

Residents Speak Out About Who Should Steer POLA Into Future

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor A key question for the Eric Garcetti administration in the Harbor Area will be the direction of the Port of...

Letters: 05/30/13 Edition

Unused Capacity at City Hall Unused capacity exists in many aspect of life. An elderly couple lives alone in a house with 3 bedrooms and...

LA Approves SCIG, Lawsuits Ahead?

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor It was deja vu all over again, at the Los Angeles City Council on May 8. The council voted 11-2 to...

Harbor Currents: NEWS May 15, 2013

LA City Council Approves SCIG LOS ANGELES — On May 8, the Los Angeles City Council voted 11–2, Council members Jan Perry and Bernard Parks...

Harbor Currents: ANNOUNCEMENTS April 12, 2013

April 13 Beyond This Moment The Long Beach Jordan High School, WRAP Program is please to announce the Youth Empowerment Conference “Beyond This Moment”, starting at 9...

Harbor Commission Certifies Railyard, LB Appeals

SAN PEDRO – On March 7, The Los Angeles Harbor Commission certified the final Environmental Impact Report for the proposed Southern California International Gateway intermodal...

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