Letter: Whiting Trustee Asks for Resident Feedback
To the Editor-
The Stevens Point Transportation Committee has agreed to have an agenda item at their meeting next month on changes to bus routes. I have asked that each bus route would have a stop at one of the 3 major grocery stores in this area.
Currently for residents in the Village of Whiting they must change busses to go to a store. I do not mean to that Save a lot is not an option for the Southside but it does not carry some products or have a pharmacy on site that would make it easier for people to one stop shop.
The transit commission asked me to show them a proposed route that I believe would assist Southside residents to be able to get their ice cream and frozen foods home during warm months still frozen and also help to increase ridership.
I ask that any resident of the Village of Whiting as well as the district that I serve as your County Supervisor (Village of Whiting, and Ward 1 of the Village of Plover) let me know your feelings and suggestions on this matter.
I would also like to hear from any other residents of Portage County on your feelings on Transportation in this area.
You may reach me by phone at 715-347-3410. If I am unavailable leave me a voice mail of your ideas or a number to reach you at. I can also be
reached by email at [email protected] s get involved and help to establish service that will be the best for our Area.
Samuel L. Levin
County Supervisor District 17
Trustee Village of Whitingcx