BAKER PLANNING ANOTHER $200M LOCAL ROAD REPAIR BILL [+VIDEO]
By Katie Lannan
STATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICE
STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, FEB. 12, 2018.....It's pothole season in Massachusetts, and Gov. Charlie Baker on Monday said he'll soon be filing legislation awaited each year by municipal officials eyeing the approaching construction season and a chance to fix their winter-battered pavement.
Baker said he plans to file a $200 million local road repair bill "very shortly." In each of the past two years, he's filed a $200 million bill in mid-Feburary -- on Feb. 16 in 2017, and Feb. 12 in 2016.
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