G'town says 'no' to tolls, by Lee Cable (Clarion)
... "The town board determined that it is not good policy to exact tools on a daily basis for Southern Indiana residents whose livelihood depends on a job in Kentucky," said Jim Reynolds, public works director for the town, who attended the meeting. "The Interstate bridges serve regional and national interests, so funding should not be from local commuters."
Saturday, November 06, 2010
Here's one we missed: "G'town says 'no' to tolls."
It's where I grew up. Can Rep. Clere and St. Daniels take away Georgetown's sewers for such childish impertinence?