Still, Dimitrijevic questioned why the county couldn’t support the “jobline” as it was called, with the grant funding. The jobline was an inter-county bus service funded by the settlement of a civil rights lawsuit. The service in question was taking workers to jobs in Waukesha and Washington counties, and was shuttered at the end of August. “I’m not gonna sit here and act like it’s all cool. It’s not cool. This is an injustice,” she said.
Supervisors eager to recreate the shuttered bus service push to use federal grant.