Faced with a shortage of money to construct the Duportail Bridge north of Interstate 182 and maintain city streets, Richland is considering creating a transportation benefit district and levying a $20 license fee surcharge on an estimated 40,000 vehicles registered in the city.
Faced with a shortage of money to construct the Duportail Bridge north of Interstate 182 and maintain city streets, Richland is considering creating a transportation benefit district and levying a $20 license fee surcharge on an estimated 40,000 vehicles registered in the city. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Faced with a shortage of money to construct the Duportail Bridge north of Interstate 182 and maintain city streets, Richland is considering creating a transportation benefit district and levying a $20 license fee surcharge on an estimated 40,000 vehicles registered in the city. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Richland weighs $20 car tab fee to fund Duportail Bridge, streets

February 11, 2017 07:22 PM

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