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This article provides background on what the city has not done prior to arbitrarily deciding to close this station.

Citing Homeless Infusion, Lancaster Officials Move to Shutter Metrolink Station | KQED

The California Report
The Antelope Valley, about an hour and a half north of Los Angeles, is home to roughly 12 percent of the county’s homeless population. Officials from the city of Lancaster claim that number grows by the day because of an alleged migration of train-hopping homeless people. To curb this apparent surge of homelessness, the city aims to shutter the…Read More
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Excerpt from the article: "The businesses on Lancaster Boulevard hope that the closing of the station will result in fewer homeless…Read More

Letter from the Editor: Why we are standing up for the Lancaster Metrolink station - MyAntelopeValley.com

By Alex Branning Letter from the Editor: Why we are standing up for the Lancaster Metrolink station Saturday, October 25, 2014 When the news broke earlier this week that the city of Lancaster was thinking of closing the station there was shock, anger, outrage and confusion. There have been whispers that the businesses on…Read More
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