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class="gkFeaturedItemTitle" Massive Power Outage in San Gabriel

City of San Gabriel just Tweeted  at 4:50 p.m. that a massive power outage is now occuring in the city. Cause is unknown.

The city estimates that 1,700 Edison customers are affected. 

 

class="gkFeaturedItemTitle" San Gabriel Police Steps-up Bicycle-Pedestrian Enforcement

The San Gabriel Police Department is joining other police agencies in stepping up Bike & Pedestrian Safety Enforcement Operations on Tuesday, June 27, 2017 and on Thursday, June 29, 2017, with focused enforcement on collision causing factors involving motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists.

Extra officers will be on duty patrolling areas where bike and pedestrian traffic and crashes occur in an effort to lower deaths and injuries. The department has mapped out locations over the past three years where pedestrian and bike collisions have occurred along with the violations that led to those crashes.

Why? Locally, the San Gabriel Police Department has investigated 4 fatal collisions and 165 injury collisions involving pedestrians and bicyclists during the past three (3) years. In 2013, California witnessed 701 pedestrians and 141 bicyclists killed, accounting for more than 28 percent of all traffic fatalities.

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class="gkFeaturedItemTitle" SG Police Arrest Suspect After High Speed Chase

San Gabriel police arrested a male suspect after a pursuit that included city streets and freeways at high speeds.
Police reported at a approximately 11:25 a.m. on April 12, 2017, they received a call regarding an attempt assault with a vehicle against a San Gabriel Police civilian employee.Subsequently, San Gabriel Police officers attempted to conduct a traffic stop on the suspect vehicle traveling westbound on the I-10 freeway at Rosemead Boulevard.

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class="gkFeaturedItemTitle" San Gabriel Hotel Revises Schedule

San Gabriel City has reported that demolition of existing buildings have begun on the site for the new Crowne Plaza Hotel, 221 E Valley Blvd.
The city said in its weekly newsletter that a revised schedule from the developer reports that shoring work will begin in July and construction on the foundation and the building should begin in October or November. 

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class="gkFeaturedItemTitle" Ballot Recount Today In San Gabriel

L.A. County Registrar Recorder will recount ballots today in the close San Gabriel City Council election which occured March 8 (2/17). The ballots will be recounted at the Registrar-Recorder's headquarters in Norwal.

Denise Menchaca,who won the the third and last spot for the city council, led Mario De La Torre by only eight votes when the county certified the ballots. De La Torre requested and paid more than $3,000 for a recount. The recount is expected to be completed this afternoon.

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class="gkFeaturedItemTitle" MP Captain Named San Gabriel Police Chief

SAN GABRIEL, CA – After a months-long search, San Gabriel officials announced today that Eugene Harris, a 24-year law enforcement veteran, will be the city’s next Chief of Police.
Harris, 50, is a Southern California native and former United States Marine. Harris began his career with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and joined the Monterey Park Police Department in 1993, where he served as captain for seven years.

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class="gkFeaturedItemTitle" Las Tunas Drive Paving Project Begins

The long awaited Las Tunas Drive repaving project is finally underway, smoothing over one of the city’s largest arterial streets. The $3 million project is the city’s largest street paving project in nearly a decade. The project will consist of repaving almost a mile of the nine lane road from Muscatel Avenue to San Gabriel Boulevard. Las Tunas Drive carries more than 30,000 cars every day.

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class="gkFeaturedItemTitle" San Gabriel Police Chief to Retire

SAN GABRIEL, CA – Police Chief David A. Lawton announced this week that he will retire at the end of April after serving nearly 26 years as chief.
Lawton is the longest serving police chief in Los Angeles County and second longest serving chief currently in office in California. He has served a total of 38 years with the San Gabriel Police Department, starting at the department as a police officer in 1977.

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class="gkFeaturedItemTitle" San Gabriel Seeking New City Commissioners

San Gabriel is now accepting applications for several vacancies on the Planning Commission, Design Review Commission, Community Services Commission and Civil Service Commission.
The city commissions are an essential part of the San Gabriel government, and commissioners often have the first look at important issues that will ultimately go before the City Council.

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More Articles...

  1. Old Millrace Dedicated At San Gabriel Mission
  2. San Gabriel Approves Crowne Plaza Hotel Proposal
  3. San Gabriel Votes 3 - 1 to Seat Laio
  4. San Gabriel Events Mark 100 Years as a City
  5. San Gabriel Sets Hearing April 25 on Elected Councilman's Residency
  6. Liao Files Suit for San Gabriel City Council Post
  7. San Gabriel Refuses to Install Councilman
  8. Cloud Hangs Over San Gabriel Election
  9. Easter Sunday Run Set At Mission
  10. SAN GABRIEL: Pu, Liao, Sawkins Win Council Seats
  11. San Gabriel, Alhambra Lead Local Floats in Rose Parade
  12. San Gabriel To Celebrate Re-Opening Of Vincent Lugo Park And Historic Laguna
  13. San Gabriel Man Arrested For Allegedly Growing Pot
  14. Commerce Secretary Bryson Has Two Local Car Crashes
  15. Restored Mission Cross, Downed by Wind Storm, Unveiled and Blessed
  16. San Gabriel Police Sue City Council After Pay Negotiations
  17. Author Visits Mission High
  18. San Gabriel Plans DUI/Drivers License Checkpoint this Weekend
  19. Archaeologists Uncover Historic Artifacts Near San Gabriel Mission
  20. Re-enactors Will Visit San Gabriel Mission on Saturday, Feb. 4
  21. Despite Storm Weariness, Santa to Arrive in San Gabriel Tuesday, Dec.
  22. Improvements to "Green" San Gabriel Blvd Begin
  23. San Gabriel Mission Fiesta Marks 240 Years
  24. Mission Fiesta Royal Court Announced
  25. Convergint Technologies Volunteers A Work Day at San Gabriel Mission
  26. Lt. Col. Gonzalez Assigned
  27. 2nd Annual San Gabriel Health & Wellness Fair
  28. Annual San Gabriel Health & Wellness Fair
  29. San Gabriel: Rash of Home Robberies
  30. DUI/Drivers License Checkpoint Planned this Weekend
  31. San Gabriel Mission: De Anza Expedition Re-enactment Set
  32. Storms Pummel West SGV
  33. San Gabriel Mayor Resigns
  34. San Gabriel Mayor Resigns After Alleged Altercation
  35. San Gabriel Mayor Arrested
  36. SGHS, APD To Host 'Parent University'
  37. SG Mission Holds Monthly History Day
  38. Historians to Discuss Murder at Mission
  39. San Gabriel Rejects New Motto
  40. Mission Fiesta Draws Thousands

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