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EDITORIAL: Decide Illiana By Referendum

 

The question of whether to build the proposed south-county expressway should be finally decided by referendum.

There are many people who don’t want another expressway and the sprawl it will bring. Their voices are muted by the loud insistence of a few investors who are pushing for yet another noisy, dirty inconvenience, and the prosperity it will bring for a few who will take the money and run.

Certainly, it is unethical to waste productive land for the sake of urban sprawl. Too, the drain on resources it will bring for the sake of short-term construction jobs and monetary returns is unethical as well.

A referendum would fairly settle the question of whether to build another expressway.

We need to rethink how we think about living.

– Greg Susoreny, Munster

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