Thursday, April 27, 2017

Road and bridge projects

The 2002 “roads and jobs” tax is expected to have collected about $30 million, with $16 million going to Manhattan for economic development, $13 million going to the county for road and bridge upkeep, and the final $1 million going to small cities within the county for purposes of their choosing.

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