- Truck wash near Swift sent pig feces, muck into Beargrass Creek (C-J)
- Dunkin’ Donuts looking to expand in Louisville market (Business First)
- Germantown-Schnitzelburg’s community garden already in bloom (a pretty pickle)
- More on the Remnant Trust’s rare book collection leaving Jeffersonville (N & T)
- The Sub/Urb divide: it’s not the people, but the policies (SB Network)
- Live near a highway? Your health likely adversely affected (Boston Globe)
- Live in the wrong neighborhood? You might get cancer (ACS via P-zen)
- Key to urban success is to ditch ‘one-size-fits-all’ (New Geography via Urbanophile)
- Midwestern governors come together to support High Speed Rail (transport politic)
- White House advisor interview on ‘transportation innovation (GOOD)
- DOT Sec. calls Portland, OR trains a national model (OR Live via CEOs for Cities)
- Yale launches new ‘Smart Streets’ educational web site (Yale via DNH)
- Indiana Bridges Project legislation dies in committee (C-J)
- A call to build non-Interstate, local-access bridges (C-J Oped)
I ride by that "cleaning" facility pretty regularly and have always wondered about it's efficacy. I have always been curious about the fact that the truck cleaning location seemed to be uphill from the slaughterhouse. It is a slaughterhouse isn't it? What's this nonsense about "processing"?
Reading the CJ article makes me wish I'd opened my mouth.
Thanks for this blog, good read for a newbie in town.