Transportation penny projects, like this completed one at Lincoln and Greene streets in Richland County, could soon pile up. There appears to be tension between those on County Council who want to floating bonds to keep projects moving quickly and others’ resistence to that way of paying for them.
Transportation penny projects, like this completed one at Lincoln and Greene streets in Richland County, could soon pile up. There appears to be tension between those on County Council who want to floating bonds to keep projects moving quickly and others’ resistence to that way of paying for them. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com
Transportation penny projects, like this completed one at Lincoln and Greene streets in Richland County, could soon pile up. There appears to be tension between those on County Council who want to floating bonds to keep projects moving quickly and others’ resistence to that way of paying for them. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com

Want road projects to stay on track, Richland taxpayers? That could mean loan debt

October 01, 2017 08:00 AM

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