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There are so many holes on Oakland – east of Hershey – a movie would be needed!
Here’s a sample of what has been received so far:
Corner of Hershey Rd and Eastland Drive
Meanwhile the McLean County Regional Planning Commission is busy diverting money to unnecessary projects:
McLean County was the recipient of an $800,000 Illinois Transportation Enhancement Fund (ITEP) grant in January. The monies will be used towards construction of a 2.5 mile section of the Historic Route 66 Bicycle Trail. The section will stretch from Northeast Normal to just past the Village of Towanda. Construction of the section is expected to commence in spring or summer of 2014.
This grant only pays for part of the project. Instead of new roads, the cities and country get a new bike trail. Frills are great – AFTER needs are met!
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The continued idiocy of foolish spending is merely a transfer of wealth. From the grips of hard working Americans, taxed, taxed, and taxed some more at which a point in time comes that the taxes have consumed all that was. The merely useful idiots that advocate for the idiotic spending will become poorer like those they defeat never to realize an “oh shit” moment as the useful idiot is an idiot that does not understand which is why they are an idiot. Kick the incumbents and kick the Master of Hale(s) to the curb.