FAIRFIELD, Conn. — State Rep. Brenda Kupchick (R-Fairfield) is asking Fairfield residents for feedback on the Governor’s Transportation Finance Panel recommendations.
Over the last year, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has discussed improving the state's transportation grid through a 30-year, $100 billion Let’s Go CT! initiative. A panel was created to recommend proposals to generate Special Transportation Fund revenue to pay for some of the governor's key preservation and repair projects, including implementing tolls in Connecticut, widening I-95 and possibly raising the state gas tax.
"Hearing the opinions from Fairfield residents helps me better represent our community," said Kupchick. "Your thoughts on Connecticut transportation proposals will be helpful as these proposals are considered at the State Capitol."
As the representative for the 132nd General Assembly District, Kupchick represents Fairfield and Southport.
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