Gas tax to assist funding road projects


Hamilton resident Laura Crawford is shown voicing her concerns for the City of Hamilton during the regular meeting held on Monday, Aug. 19, at Hamilton City Hall.

HAMILTON -  The Hamilton City Council unanimously approved committing $36,248 from gas tax revenue to fund the 2019 transportation plan in which the City of Hamilton will stripe and realign streets within the city.
This resolution was approved on Monday, Aug. 19, during a regular meeting at Hamilton City Hall.
“This is committing funds that are projected to be collected as the City of Hamilton’s portion of the upcoming increased gas and fuel taxes for the Rebuild Alabama Act,” said Hamilton Mayor Bob Page.
“The mayor and council are committing these funds to be used in 2020 for striping and realigning our streets in this city for its improvement and safety.”

 


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