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Hope remains for Route 30 project

March 30, 2013

LISBON — Local officials remain optimistic despite a state report released this week that stated turning U.S....

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bradshaw

Apr-01-13 5:12 PM

Good luck!

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SolutionsVsRhetoric

Apr-01-13 3:03 PM

The short sightedness of people in this area amazes me! You will be complaining bitterly in a few years about the lack of foresight of the local leaders and bemoaning the lack of infrastructure. Now is the time to attract long term energy industry to our area. The days of manufacturing as it was thirty years ago is gone. Now is our chance to set up the next fifty years of growth.

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bradshaw

Mar-30-13 8:31 PM

This project needs SCRAPPED! Take care of the roads we have and stop this nonsense.

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STofit

Mar-30-13 9:51 AM

We don't have money to repair the roads we have, yet they still want to waste money on new highways that are not needed. I travel route 30 a couple times a year and it reminds me of a time in days past when you could enjoy a drive. Once you get to Canton it turns into a rat race. No amount of highway spending is going to bring manufacturing jobs back to these areas. Route 11 is a classic case of under utilized 4 lane highways. Get north of Youngstown and you can drive miles without seeing another car. We couldn't even afford to keep and patrol the rest area outside of Columbiana.

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