Wrong track on Central Subway

Wrong, wrong, wrong on the insane Central Subway project (“Central Subway will move city in right direction,” Editorial, Monday).

I’m disappointed The San Francisco Examiner missed the chance to lead on this. Your editorial claims that opponents didn’t make the case for a better solution to an acknowledged problem. I’ve sat in on SaveMuni meetings where this was discussed in great detail, and their website is replete with documentation.

Maybe for some reason you didn’t bother to ask them?   

Barry S. Eisenberg
San Francisco

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