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  1. I agree with you, Brother. Not only is this disturbing a very significant part of our Country’s culture/heritage, it is also environmentally inappropriate. I’m all for rail & public transportation. Since the government (Fed/State/County/City/etc.) already has taken land via eminent domain for existing asphalt, why not erect an elevated train in the median (just like in many other cities across this Country)? An El (elevated train) would produce ‘green’ jobs, protect the environment, & lessen further encroachment upon culturally sensitive sites. My suggestion…attend city council/planning meetings & those of regional metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs). I’ve attended many back in the day & currently participate in online city gov forums. There are also offices of elected leaders that could/should be contacted if interest exists. I’ve reached out to many in years past. Make your voice heard. Spread the word. See links below. Cheers!

    S&F,
    Bro. Ritzau (小克)

    RESOURCES
    *Jeffrey T. Folden (MDOT): jfolden1@sha.state.md.us (410-545-8814)
    *MD Governor’s Office: https://governor.maryland.gov/contact-us/
    *MD Dept. of Transpo (MDOT): https://mdot.maryland.gov/tso/Pages/Index.aspx?PageId=133
    *Fed Hwy Admin: https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/contact/
    *Friends of Moses Hall: https://www.friendsofmoseshall.org
    *Moses Hall & Cemetery Preservation: https://cabinjohn.org/index.php/moses-hall-cemetery-preservation/
    *Sen. Susan Lee (D) and Del. Sara Love (D): https://msa.maryland.gov/msa/mdmanual/07leg/html/gacomo.html
    *MPO overseeing Montgomery County (MD): https://www.mwcog.org/tpb/

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  2. I agree with you, Brother. Not only is this disturbing a very significant part of our Country’s culture/heritage, it is also environmentally inappropriate. I’m all for rail & public transportation. Since the government (Fed/State/County/City/etc.) already has taken land via eminent domain for existing asphalt, why not erect an elevated train in the median (just like in many other cities across this Country)? An El (elevated train) would produce ‘green’ jobs, protect the environment, & lessen further encroachment upon culturally sensitive sites. My suggestion…attend city council/planning meetings & those of regional metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs). I’ve attended many back in the day & currently participate in online city gov forums. There are also offices of elected leaders that could/should be contacted if interest exists. I’ve reached out to many in years past. Make your voice heard. Spread the word. See links below. Cheers!

    S&F,
    Bro. Ritzau (小克)

    RESOURCES

    1. Jeffrey T. Folden (MDOT): jfolden1@sha.state.md.us (410-545-8814)
    2. MD Governor’s Office: https://governor.maryland.gov/contact-us/
    3. MD Dept. of Transpo (MDOT): https://mdot.maryland.gov/tso/Pages/Index.aspx?PageId=133
    4. Fed Hwy Admin: https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/contact/
    5. Friends of Moses Hall: https://www.friendsofmoseshall.org
    6. Moses Hall & Cemetery Preservation: https://cabinjohn.org/index.php/moses-hall-cemetery-preservation/
    7. Sen. Susan Lee (D) and Del. Sara Love (D): https://msa.maryland.gov/msa/mdmanual/07leg/html/gacomo.html
    8. MPO overseeing Montgomery County (MD): https://www.mwcog.org/tpb/

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  3. My Brother thank you for your Input and shared data. If I was in Maryland I would attend. I will indeed email these people and do my part from afar.

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