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Letters: Lost jobs for California

May 04, 2012

Re "Japanese firm wins Metro job," May 1

With our economy so fragile, how dare L.A. County transportation planners award a contract to build rail cars to a Japanese company? We need to have the good people of California working. This was a great opportunity to employ people in our state.

Those at the L.A. County Metropolitan Transportation Authority who made this decision need to be replaced. As a longtime resident and taxpayer, I'm sickened by their low regard for our workforce.

Cheryl Faber

Los Angeles


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