Comment 35739

By Tammany (anonymous) | Posted November 25, 2009 at 18:10:09

"It's because we live in a community where we recognize the need to collectively pay for services that benefit the city as a whole. This includes transit."

Well said. And those services which, empirically, can be shown to produce greater utility to the community as a whole deserve pride of place when it comes to divying up the coins in the collective purse. Things like transit and education are at the very high end of the public utility spectrum. Things like public snowplowing and road repair in sparsely populated exurban locales are not.

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