Edward Parrish, of Selma, went to the DOT's public forum to speak out against the tolls because he feels the DOT should be able to use the money it already collects to foot the bill for the project.
Edward Parrish, of Selma, went to the DOT's public forum to speak out against the tolls because he feels the DOT should be able to use the money it already collects to foot the bill for the project. ajames@newsobserver.com
Edward Parrish, of Selma, went to the DOT's public forum to speak out against the tolls because he feels the DOT should be able to use the money it already collects to foot the bill for the project. ajames@newsobserver.com

DOT study touts benefits of tolls

May 18, 2013 03:22 PM

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