Legislature Authorizes Funding for Municipal Roads and Bridges

For immediate release: March 29, 2017

BOSTON — On Wednesday, March 29th State Representative Mark J. Cusack joined his colleagues in the Massachusetts House of Representatives to approve legislation that includes a $200 million bond authorization for Chapter 90 funding to help municipalities complete road, bridge and infrastructure improvement projects.

The House of Representatives acted quickly to approve this funding to ensure that cities and towns across Massachusetts can make the most out of the upcoming construction season.

“Chapter 90 is an important source of local aid for the communities of the Massachusetts including the town of Randolph.” said Representative Cusack.  “These funds will help Randolph improve its roads, ensuring the safety of the public and improving transportation.”

Under this legislation, the town of Randolph is slated to receive $699,961 in Chapter 90 funding.

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