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Trans Texas Corrider master plan released

From this:
State transportation officials say that, with the expected approval today of a master plan on the Trans-Texas Corridor's Interstate 35 twin, they can now release previously confidential documents that have sparked a lawsuit and played a prominent role in the governor's race.

The release of the documents, assuming they contain nothing explosive, will probably muffle charges from Gov. Rick Perry's gubernatorial opponents that he and his administration had a secret contract for the big toll road project...

...In addition, the agency and its development partner on the corridor alternative to I-35, the Spanish-American partnership Cintra-Zachry, will drop a lawsuit contesting an order to release the documents...
They're in PDF files at keeptexasmoving.com/projects/ttc35/master_development_plan.aspx

Fri, 09/29/2006 - 00:03 · Importance: 4

Fri, 09/29/2006 - 20:01
dchamil
dchamil7.blogspot.com

The Trans-Texas Corridor supporters seem unconcerned about the potential harm to migrating bunny rabbits and antelope. This concern has been very prominent when the Open Borders lobby discusses the border fence, however.

Fri, 09/29/2006 - 09:28
Fred Dawes

I hate to say this but the deal is made for your freedoms and most still don't get that fact of corruption on the inside of this non government.
the north american union is a fact and the only way people can stop this evil is to fight it for real. but no one will so get in line for the third world ideals and way of life and its here and now, so have fun in the coming hell.

by the way some will make billions on this evil deal and most will pay and say nothing.

Fri, 09/29/2006 - 03:23
dchamil
dchamil7.blogspot.com

eh, You must be new to government work. Here confidential means whatever we want it to mean.

Fri, 09/29/2006 - 01:16
eh

...will probably muffle charges from Gov. Rick Perry's gubernatorial opponents that he and his administration had a secret contract for the big toll road project...

Oh?

...they can now release previously confidential documents...

Doesn't confidential mean secret?