The following is a release from the office fo Rep. David Linsky.
Representative David Linsky (D-Natick) announced that the House of Representatives has passed a transportation aid bond bill which allocates $200 million of Chapter 90 transportation funding to every city and town in the Commonwealth.
Sherborn’s share of the allocation is $255,696. These funds may be used to repair any road in Sherborn.
Natick’s share of the allocation is $1,008,350. These funds may be used to repair any road in Natick. Millis’s share of the allocation is $280,110. These funds may be used to repair any road in Millis.
“Transportation funding is one of my priorities. Safe local roads and bridges are critical. This funding will go a long way to help the towns in my district make any necessary road and bridge repairs,“ said Rep. Linsky.
Overall, the bill authorizes $200 million for the maintenance and upkeep of municipal roads and bridges across the Commonwealth. This $200 million marks a high for Chapter 90 funding and demonstrates the House’s strong commitment to local road and bridge funding.