I am an Ultra-Conservative, Alpha-Male, True Authentic Leader, Type "C" Personality, who is very active in my community; whether it is donating time, clothes or money for Project Concern or going to Common Council meetings and voicing my opinions. As a blogger, I intend to provide a different viewpoint "The way I see it!" on various world, national and local issues with a few helpful tips & tidbits sprinkled in.
Now that is all in jeopardy. The
First, it will add time to the ride. I am sure they will drop the speed to 40 and match the 794 Parkway. It would add a drawbridge (don’t forget maintaining the drawbridge and the person to operate it) that will backup traffic. This is not efficiency, but inefficiency, and I think that is done by design. I think those people want it not to work well to force the commuter rail ridership. The roads are necessary, while commuter rail is not.
Now with MMSD fertilizer plant (Milorganite from
Don’t forget all of the development not going on the Parkeast!
I don’t often find myself agreeing with County Supervisor Pat Jursik, but this time I do! We need to save the
At the end of this post I will include Mrs. Jursik’s post that you might have missed on CudahyNow. I don’t agree with Mrs. Jursik’s thought of putting a toll road on I-94 to pay for the redecking of the
Putting a toll road on I-794 doesn’t make sense either. What happen to the fighting to get the stimulus money for it? Remember how important it was to President Bush when I part of it fell into the water and we got it fixed. What happen to the people fighting for it? Don’t forget you will lose some of those people fighting for it because it is not bike friendly.
I am just waiting for someone to say it will saves lives not having the bridge to jump from and lower speeds.
It blows my mind that the rail crowd is willing to spend any amount of money for rail, but claims to save the Hoan bridge is too much! Of course, it is for them. This will serve their purpose. More people use the
Oh politics...You make people crazy.
If Governor Doyle didn’t raid the transportation funds for other non-transportation projects, there would be plenty of money to fix our roads.
I do know that having the salt piles by the bridge and all the salt trucks picking up salt, does more than its share of damage to the
The money spent on saving the
I am all in to rein in wasteful spending; this just isn’t one of them!
Maybe all the surrounding suburb cities need to pass some resolutions to save it.
You want to help things further, increase the speed on the 794 Parkway to 50 mph (I tried in April of 2002) and now that the
Submitted By Patricia Jursik
My office has received communication indicating that Phase 2 for the planning of the demolition for the
Last summer, we learned that the developer HNTB had done a schematic on land use without the
I have submitted an open records request to Department of Transportation Secretary Frank Busalacchi regarding HNTB study of
Representing St. Francis,
Stimulus Package For
By Patricia Jursik
8th District Supervisor
Many of our south shore residents have contacted my office expressing concern that the county executive is not submitting needed projects for