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BOSTON COUNCILORS WANT HEARING ON WITHHOLDING PAYMENTS TO MBTA

As debate continues over the MBTA's proposed fare hikes, Boston city councilors want to hold a hearing about withholding the $85 million the city pays to the agency each year to protest the state of service. Councilor Althea Garrison filed the measure at Wednesday's meeting calling for a hearing. No action is imminent, but Garrison said she wanted to "put pressure on the MBTA to fix service and buses" before costs increase this summer.

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