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August 19, 1994 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1994-08-19

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Case Dropped,
Citation Made

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RUTH LITTMANN STAFF WRITER

T

he Oakland County Prose-
cutor's Office has dropped
its case concerning United
Hebrew School Trans-
portation, but the Michigan State
Police Department has cited the
defunct bus system for a misde-
meanor violation.
Jim Halushka, chief of the
prosecutor's warrants division,
said there was insufficient
evidence to establish that UHS



to remit safety compliance forms
to the Motor Carrier Division in
Lansing.
Law requires transportation
systems with faulty vehicles to
execute self-reinspections and
send notification of repairs to the
state.
During an investigation into
UHS Transportation mainte-
nance records last spring, Officer
Hogan found several safety

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UHS Transportation closed on June 17.

vehicles had been operated ille-
gally.
"There was no proof that (red-
tagged) buses were run with pas-
sengers on board," he said.
School buses receive red tags
when state inspectors deem them
dangerous or potentially so. Un-
der the Pupil Transportation Act
of 1990, it is illegal to run red-
tagged buses for student trans-
port.
Charging an organization for
violating this law necessitates an
eye-witness account. Officer
Kevin Hogan, who inspected
UHS buses and mandated their
repair, had no such firsthand
knowledge of red-tagged buses
running with passengers on
board.
However, the officer recently
cited the Jewish Federation of
Metropolitan Detroit, which ran
UHS Transportation, with a dif-
ferent offense. In late July he is-
sued a misdemeanor for failure

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compliance forms that were in-
complete — or complete but un-
mailed. He issued a $100 fine.
"In many cases, we don't know
whether they fixed the vehicles
and just didn't send (the forms)
back, or if they didn't fix them.
It appears as though some of
them just weren't fixed," said Sgt.
Stephan Turner, commander of
the bus inspection unit of the
Michigan State Police, Motor
Carrier Division.
The Jewish Federation of Met-
ropolitan Detroit closed down the
operation June 17. Mark David-
off, chief financial officer for Fed-
eration said, "I was contacted by
the Michigan State Police with
regard to a citation issued on sev-
eral buses formerly operated by
the discontinued UHS Trans-
portation Service. Federation is
waiting for formal notification of
this citation. At that time, Fed-
eration will respond as appropri-
ate." El

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