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Perhaps expectedly, support is growing to not spend $4.7 million in stimulus funds to replace 12 aging CARTA buses.
Read more stories on this subject in our CARTA topic page.The Charleston Regional Business Journal is reporting that CARTA board member Paul Thurmond is asking the public to spend that money on projects that could create up to 500 local jobs.
It sounds pretty good to me.
In today's Post and Courier, board chairman Patterson Smith, explained why they want to spend the stimulus money as they do.
Update March 16: The Post and Courier has followed up, but there's not too much new here if you've already read The Charleston Regional Business Journal's.
Finally, be sure to let the board members know what you think.