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The 2014 General Assembly has wrapped up with a new road plan, and according to local legislators, Marion County residents should see projects underway during the next two years.
Five projects have been assigned $10.2 million in funding for the next biennium.
State Representative Terry Mills explained that those projects have been designated for the highest priority funding from the state.
“If it doesn’t happen, then I’m going to be talking to somebody,” Mills said.
The projects approved for the highest priority funding are:
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