No Attempt At Stimulus Funds For West End Grade Separation Project

Bryan Dubois
Mar 23, 2010


Did you know that the city of Sandusky did not apply for federal stimulus funds for the West End Grade Separation Project?

For those of you who don't know - that's the project to construct an overpass from Venice Road to Rt. 101 that can be used by motorists when a train is blocking the west end of town.

Considering that the stimulus money was intended for use on roads and infrastructure upgrades, it should raise some eyebrows.

Meanwhile, the city attempts to get money for the Marina District and that project gets described as "infrastructure":


Again:  Mixed up priorities.


Oliver Hardy

No doubt the leaders of Sandusky are following the Dilbert Principle. They need to read the book "Common Sense for Dummies."  From my observations, they have joined the Sandusky chapter of the "Dumbing Down of America" organization.



We have a pretty good forum discussion going on regarding Erie County and the stimulus.

This information reaffirms what we've posted there, and I wish the voters in this county would wake up, read up, and get involved.

Good stuff, F411.