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Intersection plans hit roadblock

August 8, 2013

Public projects are often like old soldiers – they don’t die, they just fade away. Such is the current fate of plans to modify the exit and entrance ramp situation at the junction of Rt....

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Kinzua1

Aug-08-13 5:40 AM

I live in the section that would be reduced traffic should ramps be installed.I have to say as a tax payer,forget the idea of ramps.the money vs a few less truck traffic id unthinkable.Can a few complainers spend this money? The traffic does not bother me.

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writer10

Aug-08-13 9:18 AM

those ramps would clearly be a waste of money.

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dubedit

Aug-08-13 10:55 AM

We have bridges in danger of falling down, and roads in danger of disintegrating. Put the money there. The intersection is workable.

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