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How Christmas Tree Lane Was Saved (Video)

Patch speaks with Christmas Tree Lane volunteers who talk about the hard work it took to get the lane ready after destructive wind storms that occurred just eight days before the event.

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Nico December 12, 2011 at 03:23 AM
Very nice, only could you please tell people about the toxic dump created by the County up on Chaney Trail, complete with an endless parade of diesel trucks fouling the air for neighbors? The pile of damaged limbs, garbage, oil soaked debris, benzene treated wood is over three stories high. The idling trucks and machinery (most only half full on their runs, and idling for hours just upwind of homes while workers take a cigarette break) create a brown haze of carcinogenic diesel soot that covers the entire area adjacent. There are other places for the county to move the debris. Away from homes and wildlife areas. We are literally choking in our own homes, and the county is violating the rules of the air quality management district, of which, ironically Antonovich is a supervising board member. Nobody has responded to our repeated emails and calls. No council person, no government official. Its time for an Occupy Altadena to protect our health and Safety.
Leslie Aitken December 12, 2011 at 07:08 PM
It was a wonderful event and as a vendor, I have to say a giant THANK YOU to everyone who volunteered to make it happen. We had a great time......it was fun to see friends and neighbors from all over town and some that I hadn't seen in years. It made me remember what a GREAT PLACE ALTADENA IS!!
Karen Klages December 13, 2011 at 03:29 AM
Thank you, everyone who put up the lights and organized the event. Drove up and down it last night with family from Indiana..they loved it!

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