Thursday, September 24, 2009

Light rail on campus

Perhaps U of M should think better of its suit

From the Star-Tribune:

Not getting its way on routing of the Central Corridor light rail, the University of Minnesota administration is throwing a legal tantrum, suing the Metropolitan Council (Star Tribune, Sept. 23).

The Met Council is an extension of state government, with members appointed by the governor and confirmed by the Senate. Entering the next legislative cycle with jaws clamped firmly to the hand that feeds it might prove less than productive for the university.


You are right, Mr. Everett. This doesn't seem very intelligent. But then... consider the source.

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