...this money was only for the street relocation and not the actual move of the railyard. This is why the public should have the opportunity to review the application [to relocate the railyard].
If this project provides all of the benefits touted by the project partners and governor, then it should have been able to withstand public scrutiny.
We know the air quality and traffic congestion arguments are dubious. 750 jobs? Does that include the cleanup contractor? Is it 750 new jobs at the railyard?
This is about political influence and payback...