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Posted: Wednesday, 28 May 2014 3:00PM

Pscholka Shares Concerns Voiced In Tele-Town Hall

State Representative Al Pscholka and his staff are digesting what they've learned from constituents in this week's tele-town hall meeting. The Stevensville Republican tells WSJM News they put out about 10,000 calls to voters to join in.


As far as the roads, there is no support for paying more out of our pockets in the 79th District.


Governor Snyder is calling for $1.2 billion a year to make the repairs that are needed. So far, the House has passed a plan to spend up to $500 million without any tax increases. Pscholka added the odor problems at the Orchard Hill landfill were also discussed, but noted the complaints to his office about the stench have started to decrease lately.


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