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Old 08-07-2010, 04:16 PM
Location: Omaha Nebraska and dreamland when I am sleeping
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Mayor Jim Suttle has appointed Michael Young, owner and president of Q3 Systems LLC, to the Metro Area Transit board.

Young, 27, was appointed to “bring the perspective of young professionals to mass transit planning for the City of Omaha,” the Mayor’s Office said.

Young has owned Q3 Systems, a locally based technology management company, since 2008.

more... Young named to MAT board - Omaha.com

now if only Curt Simon could be canned and replaced.

btw to Michael Young of MAT bus, we have suggestions for 2 new bus routes:

routes 12 and 64

We want Omaha MAT bus to implement this "Route 64" for Northwest Omaha. | Facebook

is btw a FB group for route 64 idea
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