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Allegany County Will Get Help From The State To Fill Potholes

April 21st, 2014 by WCBC Radio

Allegany County will get help from the state to fill potholes. The Allegany County commissioners will accept $228,751 from the state for pothole repair. A total of $10 million was set aside by the Maryland Department of Transportation for the state's counties to patch and repair roads damaged by ice over the past several months. It’s a long way from the $4 million plus the county had been receiving from highway user revenues- with County Commissioners President Mike McKay calling the allocation “insulting”. The Commissioners, during a public work session, agreed to pledge half of the funds- roughly $114,000- to towns and cities in the county.  McKay said they need money more than the county for road repairs following a harsh winter…





 

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