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State budget promises more roadwork cash

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Local governments will be able to take on more road projects than initially planned because of an increase in state money for street and highway improvement projects. The negotiated state budget includes $438 million in funding for Consolidated Local Street and Highway Improvement Programs, known as CHIPS, a $75 million increase from last year and the first increase in the program in five years. Established more than 30 years ago, this program is administered directly ...


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