By NJBIZ Staff
Reader Meg Fitch, meanwhile, said the TTF crisis “should have been handled years ago. Our elected officials need to stop thinking about themselves and their next elections. They need to think about what’s right.”
Reader Howard Maltz took cast a critical eye on Trenton. “Our legislators have got to stop raiding the Transportation Department’s piggy bank to plug the holes in the budget,” he wrote. “It has gone on for too long, and now the roadways and the infrastructure is paying the price.
But there was plenty of vitriol for any tax hike. Stephanie Shaffery, of 20 Twenty Graphics, wrote, “Trenton needs to stop spending money, and come up with a plan that allocates proper funding to worthwhile programs and spending. If transportation funding is considered worthwhile, then fund it without charging the taxpayers another dime.”
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