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January 18, 2013

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Note the single bore on the famous bumper sticker used in the Measure T campaign. Given the way Caltrans and the county got over on the urban environmentalists after Measure T passed, I suppose the takeaway lesson is "Don't count on the counting ability of city people."

Other than that , the briefing paper is notable for its selective recall of background history, gross omissions of salient facts and events, and self-serving framing of the project in the language used. How interesting that Representative Lantos is not mentioned in the item on how federal emergency funds were obtained by him for a freeway bypass to be blasted and bulldozed over Montara Mountain and again not mentioned in the naming of the two-barreled underground freeway.

I downloaded the briefing paper. There's a picture in there that looks like (a younger) Mitch Reid wearing a Think Tunnel hard hat and most excellent tunnel shades.

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