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Commissioner Valentine Concerned About Senate Presidents Plan To Increase Revenue For Transportation

February 25th, 2013 by WCBC Radio

Allegany County Commissioner Bill Valentine says that while some local government officials from across the state are embracing Senate President Mike Miller’s plan to increase revenue for transportation- he has serious concerns with some aspects of it. Miller, who told a senate committee last week, that there  is an urgent need to pass a transportation funding bill to pay for overdue road and bridge projects- has a plan for  a sales tax on gasoline and letting local governments collect their own gas tax. Valentine said that there is enabling legislation that is part of the plan, which essentially could turn into another mandate that might result in no new money for local road and bridge projects…





One Response to “Commissioner Valentine Concerned About Senate Presidents Plan To Increase Revenue For Transportation”

  1. February 27, 2013 at 3:25 am, Joe said:

    Tell Miller to keep his hands out of it and use it for what it is to be used for (NOT BALTIMORE COUNTY SCHOOLS OR METRO). I say the people that use the Metro should pay for in higher Metro Tickets Prices not the Transportion (ROAD MONEY) Money. Tell Miller and O`Malley to (STOP STEALING TRANSPORTATION MONEY).

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