Route 66 plan could be a gas, gas, gas

Plans are in the works to renovate the 1920s Richfield service station on Foothill Boulevard (the old Route 66) at Archibald Avenue in Rancho Cucamonga and turn it into a museum and visitor center. That’s the leadoff item in my Friday column, followed by items from around the valley, plus two news items from the Rancho Cucamonga library.

The scene above is from Wednesday’s kickoff ceremony.

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  • StupidHappyIdiot

    and in “vibrant safe beautiful” pay-no-attention-to-the-news Pomona, city leaders are still trying to find ways to do less with less at the library. then again museums, coffee shops and solar exhibits installed to the tune of 70k serve a very different demographic. not as difficult to move and shake when you have resources and support from city management.

    • davidallen909

      Yeah, Rancho’s library has a mover and shaker, whereas the staff at the shaky Pomona library is mostly just trembling.