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October 17, 2006


Jim Casey

Unfortunately, the author is misguided in asserting that Frank Zeidler would balk at continued freeway improvements in the 21st century. The fact is, until he passed away in July 2006, he supported completion of the Park East, Stadium South, and Northwest Freeways (commonly known as the Stadium North Freeway). And he felt that either the Park West should have been built, or the roughly 1,800 structures removed for it should never have been removed in the first place. Weeks before he passed away, driving in my car, he told me how the Fond du Lac Freeway should be extended from 68th and Congress to 60th Street, as part of the eventual linkup with the Stadium North Freeway. The author should buy my 2006 book before he makes assumptions about what Frank Zeidler stood for.

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