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RTC hosts public hearing for proposed road repair, safe routes to school ballot measure
The Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission will hold a public hearing 9:30 a.m Thursday, Aug. 2 to gather public input on a proposal to ask voters to help repair local roads and create safe routes to school. The commission want to put an initiative on the November ballot that asks voters to approve a $10 vehicle registration fee, the proceeds of which would pay for things such as pothole repairs and road maintenance, safe pedestrian and bicycle routes to schools, as well as accessible pedestrian facilities for seniors and people with disabilities. The public hearing will be in the County Board of Supervisor’s Chamber on the 5th floor of 701 Ocean Street in downtown Santa Cruz. Read the entire ballot measure text at http://sccrtc.org/funding-planning/local-funds-local-roads/. For information or to submit comments, call 460-3200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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