Oct 11, 2010
The Baltimore Sun
Towns need their road funding
What if 95 percent of your road went unplowed during a snowstorm this winter? Or if only 5 percent of a pothole in front of your office was filled? Members of the Maryland Municipal League - composed of 157 incorporated cities and towns and two special taxing districts in Maryland - have been dealing with a 95 percent cut in funding for road ...
Garrett towns struggling to stay afloat
Maryland's local governments are entering their second fiscal year of drastically reduced highway user revenues, funds generated from vehicle-related taxes that municipalities can use to pay for most highway-related projects.