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Archive for September, 2005

SA Citizens “This Road Was Already Funded” Flyer Distribution Kick-off!

Tuesday, September 27th, 2005

The front and back of “GRIDLOCK” flyer that the SA Texas Toll Party volunteers are handing out at US 281 to inform drivers that the road was already funded with tax dollars. Read the front page coverage. This citizen action takes place after TxDOT distributed “How much will you pay” toll surveys for gridlock afflicted […]

Remember Who Voted to Toll You!

Friday, September 23rd, 2005

With upcoming elections, let’s remember who the bad guys are. TxDOT is just following orders. It’s the Governor, Legislature, County Commissioners (who petitioned to start the RMA tolling authority), and MPO who brought us toll proliferation WITHOUT A VOTE OF THE PEOPLE. So to make it perfectly clear who the good guys and bad guys […]

Tolling Authority Failed to Do the RIGHT Thing

Wednesday, September 14th, 2005

Below you’ll see my comments to the RMA today. We had several other eloquent speakers who stated the facts and gave it their all to appeal to what’s good, and true, and right in these appointees. However, once again, the people called to serve the public interest failed to step-up and do the right thing. […]

Bulverde City Council Opposes 281 Toll

Wednesday, September 14th, 2005

CALLS FOR IMMEDIATE INDEPENDENT REVIEW Last night, the Bulverde City Council unanimously passed a resolution to oppose the toll plans for US 281 and called for an immediate independent review! SCORRRRREEEEE! A huge thank you to Councilwoman Cindy Cross and Mayor Sarah Stevick who attended our very first meeting in Bulverde and have been a […]

TxDOT’s vision of Congestion Relief

Friday, September 9th, 2005

4 Lane Toll Road in Median of 8 Lane Freeway Notice the congestion on the non-toll lanes. Does this look like congestion relief to you? TxDOT is planning to make our free lanes frontage roads with permanent stop lights and 30-45 MPH speed limits to boot! Tolling our roads isn’t about congestion relief, it’s about […]

Public Outcry Picks Up a Notch!

Thursday, September 8th, 2005

There was great attendance at tonight’s TxDOT public hearing at Specht Elementary. For those who withstood the lengthy and very bureaucratic-speak remarks by TxDOT’s Julie Brown, they got their 3 minutes of comments. Questions will have to wait, however, because the public hearing process doesn’t allow for an exchange of ideas, the elites can’t bring […]


Wednesday, September 7th, 2005

high·way·men – Men who hold up and rob travelers on a road From all over the state, citizens opposed to TxDOT’s freeway tolls united under the banner of the Texas Toll Party for a rally outside what they dubbed “a good ol’ boy convention–a bona fide highwaymen kumbaya lovefest” at the annual Transportation Leadership Forum […]

In the News…

Thursday, September 1st, 2005

Trans TX Corridor opposition grows 3/24/07 – World Net Daily Toll roads good for shareholders, bad for taxpayers 3/24/07 – Sen. Robert Nichols, Houston Chronicle China seeks to exploit trade routes like Trans TX Corridor 3/23/07 – Jerry Corsi, World Net Daily Perry slams toll opponents while in New Braunfels 3/23/07 – Jim Forsyth, WOAI […]


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