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February 03, 2022

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Everything's Jake

Let's hope the 2022 election puts budget-minded politicians in office.

$30,000,000,000,000 debt and counting.

Phinancier

You can see a lot of gaps in resumes of people who worked at Enron. Similar phenomenon.

Peter Garrison

Drove to Santa Barbara. $50 gas per person for round trip. Parking for a morning in SF is more expensive.
HSR is stupid.

Joe

I don't know this guy from Belmont but he's on the right track except for the note about +$5 billion---add a zero to that:


I read the California high-speed rail project is increasing in cost again by an additional $5 billion. This project is a boondoggle on steroids. Voters were given promises and commitments for a completed project that would cost a tiny fraction of the current costs and this sad story is decades away from being completed if ever. Gov. Newsom and or California Attorney General Bonta should step in now and stop this obscene waste of taxpayers’ money.

David Altscher

Belmont

https://www.smdailyjournal.com/opinion/letters_to_editor/stop-wasting-money-on-high-speed-rail/article_6a47ac66-8bb2-11ec-b611-23bc3e020a6f.html?utm_source=smdailyjournal.com&utm_campaign=%2Fnewsletters%2Fheadlines%2F%3F-dc%3D1644678021&utm_medium=email&utm_content=headline

Jennifer Pfaff

'Completely agree with Mr. Altscher of Belmont. Gov. Newsom really showed his true colors on this, as the worst kind of wishy-washy.

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