The Best Comment Submitted Regarding the South County Connector

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Sometimes you can say more with a picture than an essay. Perhaps the best comment submitted to the the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the South County Connector was drawn by James Macanufo:

SoCoCon by James Macanufo

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Graphics and drawings can often reveal the absurdity of our infrastructure descisions (image from Greater Greater Washington):

Anyone else have a graphical submission for the South County Connector? We're happy to add it here.

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  • guest

    Is the City of St. Louis going to release the comment letter it submitted Friday from the Board of Public Service to the media about the SCC? There was a tweet about it Friday, but no link to read the actual letter. It would be good to know the city’s concerns.

  • Gail

    Didn’t they try this 30 years ago, right through the Heart of Webster? The residents put up wooden heart signs all along the propossed route–it worked. I don’t know the answer to this because I am for mass transit. But displacing functioning neighborhoods is not the way to go

    • Mike F

      That was along Elm between Big Bend and Lockwood.

  • guest

    See? The idea that a family riding bikes from their historic neighborhood to a local nearby park would get in the way of commuters driving from Reavis Barracks and 55 to Clayton is just unacceptable. Get rid of ’em!

  • John R

    Awesome! Don’t forget, today is the last day for public comment. Its very easy to do…. just take a few minutes and go here:

    http://www.southcountyconnector.com/ContactForm.html