No one says our streets and highways don’t need fixing. When our gas tax was raided in the mid 1960s and lumped into the general fund, it was the beginning of the end.
We need a guarantee our gas tax monies will only be used for road improvements. Then, and only then, will I support a reasonable hike.
Don Lagrand, Cambria
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