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Harford largely left out of governor's proposal to boost spending on roads, bridges

Harford largely left out of governor's proposal to boost spending on roads, bridges

Although Harford County appeared to come up short in Gov. Larry Hogan's announcement Thursday of a $1.97 billion funding commitment for highways and bridges construction and repair, one local legislator hailed the governor's announcement as a victory for road projects across Maryland in need of funding. "He's trying to fix up the infrastructure that [former Gov. Martin] O'Malley let fall apart in the last eight years," State Sen. Wayne Norman, who represents northern Harford and western Cecil counties, said. Norman attended Hogan's announcement, and he said that in order to fund the road projects, the governor cut funding for the proposed Red Line light...

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