Wednesday, January 9, 2008

News flash: Road construction does not promote clean air quality.

Allegheny County, you fine industries for air quality violations. Then you try to use that money for road construction. Thanks for the watchdog County Manager, Jim Flynn, who questioned this appropriateness.

Thanks also for the Post-Gazette for at least publishing this, but I rescind that thanks for your lackluster ball-busting of the County. For instance, any particular elected officials that I can insult for recommending this use of the money? Your terse article is definitely missing concrete details.

I guess I should be happy that the new drink tax hasn't been ear-marked for this "public transportation" problem.

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1 comment:

Sean said...

Hi. I thinking about taking a job in Pittsburgh in the near future. Could I pick your brain on the subject of Pittsburgh weekend life?

sm2 at cise dot ufl dot edu