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Brentwood, Dublin lead in commission's report on quality roadways

Original post made on Feb 1, 2010

The quality of the pavement on an average street or road in the Bay Area has improved slightly in recent years, but the struggle to find funding for necessary repairs will likely hinder further improvements, according to a report released Tuesday by a regional transportation agency.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Monday, February 1, 2010, 6:59 AM

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Posted by Gunslinger
a resident of Danville
on Feb 1, 2010 at 7:10 am

We'd have plenty of money to spend on our infrastructure, which is truly a matter of life and death, if California wasn't spending $20 billion a year on just two things- excessive teachers for small class sizes which are certainly not as important as safety, and of course illegal immigrants who, unlike legal immigrants are a net fiscal drain of $10 billion a year just to our state. There's also a million forms of welfare that go too far and when cut could save the state from structural collapse, but our politicians and the special interests spend like drunken sailors

thank you for doing a report on infrastructure


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