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Given strict subarea equity, uniform taxation, and an appointed governing board made up of elected officials whose day jobs require them to represent narrow local interests, its hard to see how there will ever be synergistic effects.This doesnt mean that I dont think it should be built, just that it should compete with other East King priorities on the silver dollar casino online seatac wa slots on line gratis with bonus rounds merits, not be built because of some decades old napkin plan says so.Perhaps if it were some very cheap add on, or if it could be built soon enough to allow a different location fro the Eastside depot, I would feel differently.Of particular concern to me is the shabby treatment of Ballard. Once the currently funded segments of Link are complete, Ballard will stick out like a sore thumb as one of only two genuinely regional destinations not well served by regional transit.