Stanislaus County Public Works employees sprayed a paint decal warning motorists that a pedestrian crossing looms Robertson Road School in west Modesto. But it doesn’t improve the pavement in an area where there are no sidewalks or curbs on one side, and in many cases, both sides of the streets. Measure L, a transportation sales tax on the November ballot, would give the county and its nine cities revenue to patch the streets, build new road and enhance public transportation.
Stanislaus County Public Works employees sprayed a paint decal warning motorists that a pedestrian crossing looms Robertson Road School in west Modesto. But it doesn’t improve the pavement in an area where there are no sidewalks or curbs on one side, and in many cases, both sides of the streets. Measure L, a transportation sales tax on the November ballot, would give the county and its nine cities revenue to patch the streets, build new road and enhance public transportation. Jeff Jardine jjardine@modbee.com
Stanislaus County Public Works employees sprayed a paint decal warning motorists that a pedestrian crossing looms Robertson Road School in west Modesto. But it doesn’t improve the pavement in an area where there are no sidewalks or curbs on one side, and in many cases, both sides of the streets. Measure L, a transportation sales tax on the November ballot, would give the county and its nine cities revenue to patch the streets, build new road and enhance public transportation. Jeff Jardine jjardine@modbee.com

Just why did taxpayers association endorse a new tax?

October 27, 2016 1:47 AM