Monday, May 08, 2006

Maintain, Planners, Maintain ... (listening to Steppenwolf)

Ondale ... now here's firme public policy thinking ... simon ... as we all know ... developers, planners and huevon bureaucrats de Naranjaville (OCTA) and 909 (RCTC) quieren hacer otra pinche freeway between both counties ... simon ... this time, however, they want to build a pinche pretty scenic one ... simon ... to relieve the congested 91 freeway (the 91 gets about unos 275,000 caruchas cada dia ... what a whore!! ...) these gente want to rip a nice clean cola through the pinche sanTana montanas ... simon ... make a tunnel through these montanas and allow agua or a train to flow underneath the calle as a way to generate revenues and shit ... purrrrroooo pedddddooooo ...

Simon ... this Popeye the sailor cochinada was pushed and pushed by RCTC and liked and liked by OCTA ... and has been draggen on so long that a special authority, by the agua municipalities, has been formend just to study the pinche idea ... simon ... according to the LA Times, tres agua agencies -- the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, the Municipal Water District of Orange County (MWDOC) and the Western Municipal Water District in Riverside -- have formed the Riverside Orange Corridor Authority in order to get the $15.8 million and conduct the study. ROCA is chaired by Brett Barbre -- a MWDOC director and Assistant OC Treasurer-Tax Collector Tambien ...

Tambien pinche developers including the engineering society such as Bechtel are pushing this cochinada as it's BILLIONS BABY during the next 3-4 decades ...

We're screwed ... because transportation commissions like OCTA and RCTC are all about staying in biz ... simon ... and building allies in other public and private barrios to the max ...

Step in Irvine Mayor Beth Krom ... this hina says chale to the pinche COLA tunnel ... chale ... Krom has said she prefers policy makers ET AL use the fidea to iron out the pinche housing and job imbalance that exist between OC y 909 ... tu sabes further develop the Inland Empire with jobs ETC ... simon live and work en 909 for the 909 masses ... hey, makes sense to me ... Krom will carry her battle beyond Irvine ... BUTT she will face stiff CHALE'S even from 909 politicos ... and according to the Orange County Biz Journal Krom is poco retarded and shit for thinking "909 development" with Naranjaville cash ...

BUTT the COLA tunnel issue is importante for another reason … simon … alli en da 909 and elsewhere … there’s the development habit of building on possible freeway tierra … simon … developers will build suave casitas for the masses on land that may be freeways in the next 3 -4 decades … simon … it’s already happened en el ciudad de Perris … simon … gente compraron casitas alli about 15 years ago … ahora … they might be losing their chantes to accommodate federally funded but not yet built freeways from Winchester to Temecula y tambien otra from Hemet hasta Corona/Lake Elsinore … simon … these freeways are a pinche shoe-in … and that’s fucked up …

Tambien … further developing la 909 makes sense to the max porque … alli the infrastructure esta nuevo … simon … with all the pinche little towns popping into ciudades … their calles, escuelitas, sewer and ague lineas, lights, tienditas, ETC ETC ETC … are pretty pinche new … simon … consider Moreno Valley … Temecula, Murrieta, Hemet, Banning Beaumont … Tambien Highland, Redlands, Coachella, Perris, Palm Desert, Indio ETC ETC ETC … simon … all new infrastructure in these lugares with an average age of los cosa nuevo less de 10 anos … y-que ...

Otra vez … makes sense to further develop economias alli en 909 …

Anyways ... here's the OCBJ piece in case your ass can’t login and shit ...
Economic development boosters in the Inland Empire have an unlikely ally: Irvine Mayor Beth Krom.
At a recent Urban Land Institute gathering in Costa Mesa, Krom said it might make more sense to spend money pushing economic development in the Inland Empire than building a tunnel linking inland workers with jobs in Irvine and elsewhere in Orange County.
“We shouldn’t look at this as a threat to Orange County,” Krom said of jobs in the Inland Empire before some 200 developers and local officials.
In an interview after Krom’s speech, she called the Inland Empire’s development the “the elephant in the middle of the room.”
“No one wants to talk about it,” she said.
Krom said she’s willing to look beyond Irvine’s own economic aspirations to get the Inland Empire on board with a plan that keeps people from driving “four hours a day” on congested freeways.
An Irvine mayor championing Inland Empire job growth over that in her own city seems odd. But Krom’s Inland Empire cheerleading is driven by what is a bigger concern for many in Irvine—the tunnel.
A tunnel linking Irvine and the Inland Empire is an option transportation planners are studying as a way to relieve chronic congestion on the Riverside (91) Freeway. The $12 billion project, which many see as a long shot, would carry drivers between Orange and Riverside counties and include an aqueduct.
Krom opposes the tunnel, saying it would be disruptive to the mountains and would dump traffic on her city. ... make a tunnel through the

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