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By Diane Sieker

Project 371 holds first meeting with Caltrans, CHP representatives in attendance


Last updated 11/15/2018 at 10:02pm

Diane Sieker

Caltrans District 8 Chief of Public Affairs Terri Kasinga, left, and Caltrans District 8 Public Information Officer Jocelyn Whitfield address the crowd at the Project 371 meeting Thursday, Oct. 25, at the Anza Community Hall.

The first meeting of the grassroots organization "Project 371" was held at the Anza Community Center Thursday, Oct. 25. The meeting was attended by about 30 residents.

A perceived increase in tragic and even deadly accidents on state Route 371 has motivated Anza resident Bud Elmore to become a community activist determined to do something about it. His wife Lorraine was involved in a traffic accident Monday, Sept. 17, and is still recovering from her injuries. 

Elmore set up the meeting to gather support to advocate for more law enforcement presence and highway improvements by Caltrans,...

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