Thursday, October 30, 1997
When It Rains It Pours
The wetter the better as far as the Squid is concerned, but not so for the residents of Del Ray Oaks, who anxiously await the impending deluge of near-biblical proportions that occurs each rainy season at the intersection of Del Ray Oaks Boulevard and Fremont Street.
The Squid was ready to point an accusing tentacle or two at DRO officials...
As it turns out, Del Ray Oaks officials have been cast adrift by CalTrans, which according to DRO City Manager Steve Endsley is responsible for solving the problem and has seemingly ignored the city's gurgling pleas for help for several years...
According to CalTrans Design Engineer Gary Sims, CalTrans hasn't abandoned Del Ray Oaks.
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