One again MAX REDLINE cracks me up with its tongue and cheek transit posts:
Meanwhile, the City of Porkland has backed off the previous
transportation bureau decision to do no road maintenance for the next
five years. So they've set aside a whopping $500,000 to throw some
asphalt sealer down on a few streets. Isn't that special?
Oddly, that's the same amount that Porkland City Council was going to
spend each year on fluoridating the water supply - not counting the $5
million they were going to spend on building a fluoridation facility.
Since that plan got decisively shot down by voters, you might think they
could scrape together a little more cash for road repairs, but you'd be
wrong. More bioswales, maybe.
MaxRedline: More Pork. Less Filling.