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Work on five significant road-construction projects on U.S. highways in Arkansas faces delays because small water utilities cannot afford to move their lines out of the way at a collective cost of nearly $1.8 million, the state’s top highway official said.

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Arkansas, Pages 7 on 12/03/2012

Print Headline: Water utilities put a kink in road projects

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  • mrkohl
    December 3, 2012 at 4:49 p.m.

    This should have been figured out before they came to the taxpayers for more money. Very poor management. (it probably was but they didn't want to let it be known) I didn't vote for the sales tax, it should have been a gasoline tax. Sales taxes never go away. They just find new things to fund with them.

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