Report: NH roads, bridges failing fast
A grim report on the declining status of New Hampshire's roads, highways and bridges has state officials scrambling to address a funding gap that grows wider each year.
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#1 Feb 17, 2013
fine lets go through the state budget close down old programs, reduce spending request of all state agencies by 10% across the board, have lawmakers , all government officials pay tolls, then there should be more than enough money saved to save the bridges & roads.
lets have a complete review of the money the 60 miles of toll roads take in and how they waste the money or divert that revenue to other non toll road activities.
there is 50 years of growth in state, county and city budgets in NH but they never cut, close or sunset any program.
No before taxing an over taxed tax payer lets get the waste out of the State, county and city budgets.
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