Protest Over Renaming Beltline Highway#1

Protesters gathered at the corner of Gateway and Beltline on Monday, March 22, 2010 to protest a proposal to spend $250,000 in state transportation money to rename the Beltline Highway.

Protesters argued that it was very wasteful to spend money on such a matter, in light of how bad off the state is financially, and how badly local roads needs transportation funds for repairs.

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Anonymous says ... on Thursday, Mar 25 at 4:12 PM

this is just more elitist sucking up.its like in the days of old when kigns and dukes would tell the little people what they were going to have to pay for.sucking up to the rich at the cost of the poor

Anonymous says ... on Thursday, Mar 25 at 3:21 PM

Enough frivolous spending! Enough re-naming streets! The Governor can spend his own money if he wishes...name a fountain or something; but PLEASE stop spending in the name of the people(we ARE the people that DO NOT WANT THIS!)!

CHARLES says ... on Wednesday, Mar 24 at 5:14 PM

HOW MUCH COST WAS IT JUST LAST YEAR TO PUT UP THEM HWY 569 SIGN $ 50,OOO ? SO LET RE DO IT ALL OVER THIS YEAR...

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