Sunday, October 14, 2007

241 TOLL ROAD EXTENSION BEGINS AT TRESTLES





In what many view as a complete victory for the Transportation Corridor Agency, Construction began on the 241 Toll Road extension Monday morning. A loophole in the law allowed the construction to get underway and continue until completion. The loophole was best explained By Local Attorney Stephen Colby Klink, "Although the project has been blocked from extending, It was never blocked as a separate project starting at Trestles and continuing inland until it reaches the existing road". Kiewit Pacific Corp in a short bid process won the 641 million dollar project will be handling the construction. Many People decried the project as it has divided a community for nearly a decade, but now appears the fight is over and has been won by progress. Clearing of the land began this morning and will continue until completion.

6 comments:

gloria allred said...

No justice! No peace!

GLORIA ALLRED said...

NO JUSTICE! NO PEACE!

Anonymous said...

Thakns Arch for keeping us
up to date.

saitch said...

This is not funny. Where the heck is the State going to put all the incoming people, unless they allow another 500 cars on their dirt road.
Maybe that wouldn't be a bad idea. Hi Gloria, love you in red.

Anonymous said...

Now, are you sure about this. They were fighting this tooth and nail. There were protests, sit-ins everything, to ignore the ongoing traffic snarl.

abba zabba said...

When's this mess going to end, damn it?

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