BART Board Meeting to Finalize 2014 Budget

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The BART Board is expected to approve their Fiscal Year 2014 budget, which we believe should focus on core system maintenance instead of unrealistic and unaffordable extensions.  While the Board has committed to a sensible process for evaluating investments that should lead them to prioritize responsible maintenance projects, some directors are still pushing for costly extension studies.

This meeting is being held in the evening specifically to encourage public input – so let’s deliver!  Join us to help Save BART.  Contact Clarissa Cabansagan for more information or to RSVP.

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