‘Groundhog Day’ in a Wayne County court
As MDOT and Moroun lock legal horns, Detroiters await resolution
Published: October 12, 2011
"Clark Street is literally taken over and held hostage just like the rest of the surrounding streets," she adds. "But what is especially difficult is for our children and families to enjoy their park and play sports on the multipurpose field that is closest to the constant barrage of semi-trucks on the surface streets instead of being on the 'direct' connections ramps. ..."
"Try coaching with the additional diesel truck noise, having to raise your voice to the yelling level so the kids can hear. ..."
Maybe, along with all of the engineers and other technical experts, Judge Edwards needs to hear testimony from Sumner and people like her. In terms of what life will continue to be like as long as this courtroom standoff continues, the real experts in this case are the people of southwest Detroit.
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