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Hayashi wants part of I-580 named for slain Oakland officer

Original post made on Jun 5, 2009

A resolution was introduced in the California State Assembly Wednesday to designate a portion of Interstate Highway 580 in unincorporated Alameda County as the Sgt. Daniel Sakai Memorial Highway in honor of the Oakland police officer who was slain in March.

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Posted by Me Too
a resident of Canyon Creek
on Jun 5, 2009 at 2:52 pm

While I'm sure that all the people that have roads and things named after them deserve them - is this really what we need to be spending time and money on right now in California?

I don't know how much time it takes, nor the costs associated with it (or even where that money comes from), but in a time when the state is bankrupt, budgets are slashed is this the a wise spending of money.

Secondly, even if times were good, shouldn't we take the money spent on naming things and do something good - like college scholarships in these peoples names? Or victims family funds or something other than road signs?


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