Coast News columnist and 2008 Encinitas city council candidate Bob Nanninga wrote this article for his Observations from the Edge column on May 31st harshly criticizing the NCTD,
Death by a thousand cuts is the best way to describe the plight of bus and rail service in the land of sprawl and crawl.
It boggles my mind how with the price of gas firmly ensconced at more than $4 a gallon, parking in coastal communities damn near impossible to find and commuter rail ridership up, North County Transit District, or NCTD, is cutting service as it struggles to make ends meet and contend with $34 million in debt.
A devolution of public transit in San Diego County seems like a case of criminal neglect or purposeful mismanagement.
Read the entire column online: County’s mass transit off track
Mayor of Encinitas Jerome Stocks is up for re-election this year and he wrote this scathing letter criticizing the Coast News and their "columnist".
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