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December 02, 2013


Great post Brian! I would like to see a study of how much public funds have been invested in infrastructure in various parts of the city in recent years. My hypothesis would be that there is a big disparity and that West Salem, the most affluent part of town according to the Hoffman article, has seen the most investment in infrastructure by far. And now plans for the 3rd Bridge propose to spend many more millions to speed the connection between West Salem and I-5.

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