Work with me here, people.
“…the strengthening of the MTA’s independence, the included labor reforms, the infusion of cash and the mandate to address global warming all make this a very important reform of the Municipal Transportation Agency and a positive step toward the improvement of Muni service. SPUR recommends a “Yes” vote on Prop. A.
But here’s how things worked out IRL:
Muni’s mismanagement of Prop. A may hurt future funding tries by Will Reisman
Where the SFMTA’s Prop. A money has gone by Will Reisman
Now here we are in 2014. Here’s what SPUR, those horrible people behind Redevelopment, is saying about Prop A 2014:
“The city has done the hard work to gather stakeholders, assess needs and prioritize transportation expenditures.”
So, handing a blank check to the SFMTA for it to waste has something to do with “hard work?”
Hey SPUR, what about Prop A 2007? Weren’t you all wrong, so very wrong, about that?
So why would you expect Prop A 2014 to work out any better?