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May 02, 2014


What a difference big trees would make!

more bad ideas from a clueless scv group.back to the drawing board.

justincase, so you are opposed to fixing the current bridges for tens of millions of dollars, instead of spending $400 million on an unneeded third bridge? Wow.

You are opposed to seismically retrofitting the current bridges so they are usable after a big earthquake? Wow.

You are opposed to bringing more visitors to downtown by making it more walkable, bikable, and attractive? Wow.

You are opposed to allowing the businesses that contribute money to the Economic Improvement District to have a say in how their money is spent? Wow.

Fortunately, most people in Salem don't think like you do.

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