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September 23, 2008
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Ridership on the city's bus system appears to be on the rise. Just weeks before voters determine the fate of the T, the city says more and more people are depending on public transportation.
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According to whom???? THe MT bus company??? Yeah right! Methinks I smell the distinct aroma of cooked books, city manager stew, and other frauds designed to deceive the vooters. Paratransit yes, MT busses NO. But our lame brained and gutless city commission has never been known for common sense or reasonable management.
Vote yes twice, then vote out the comission who thinks it so cute they made it a two vote issue. The bus helps people get to work, to the store, to the doctors, to family. It helps business by bring them customers, a good employee who finds a way to work even though they don't have a car is so important to small business. VOTE YES TWICE, once for yourself, once for your community and both times yes for the ease of parking.
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