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Ehrlich announces road funding

March 29, 2006

Maryland Gov. Robert Ehrlich on Tuesday said the state will distribute $25.8 million to restore highway user revenues that the legislature cut last year.

The money is part of a six-year, $13 billion Consolidated Transportation Program, according to a Maryland Department of Transportation news release.

The money will be distributed to 23 counties, Baltimore City and 149 municipalities across the state, the news release says.

The DOT said $762,795.93 will go to Washington County and its municipalities. The breakdown is:

  • Washington County: $565,931.57

  • Boonsboro: $11,709.99

  • Clear Spring: $2,054.94

  • Funkstown: $4,065.04

  • Hagerstown: $143,050.45

  • Hancock: $8,922.80

  • Keedysville: $3,702.06

  • Sharpsburg: $4,063.05

  • Smithsburg: $10,132.86

  • Williamsport: $9,163.17

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