Feds rule against city of Beavercreek in bus stop case
The Federal Highway Administration's Office of Civil Rights, on Thursday, ruled that the city of Beavercreek discriminated against blacks when it denied an application by public transit to install bus stops near the Mall at Fairfield Commons.
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#1 Jun 28, 2013
This issue has been going back and forth for a long time. I think You should allow the RTA to summit an application. Then put it on a ballot to vote by Beavercreek residents only(not all of Greene county) because it does not concern all of the county. This way we would see what the residents of Beavercreek want. Also the RTA should have to summit statistics and demographics from the areas where the people live who ride the RTA. To see if it would be beneficial to the community.
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