Roads and Infrastructure

  • Do you drive a car? I do, and our roads in this district have gone down hill.
  • Fixing roads doesn’t take a neurosurgeon. It takes public servants who will direct the gas taxes, which you and I pay, into roads. In 2006, the last Year of the Ehrlich Administration, Baltimore County got $44 million from the state for roads. In 2014 it was $4 million.
  • Why? Because the Democrats in Annapolis didn’t think you’d notice, apparently lacking the common sense to take care of the routine, local, everyday needs. They preferred to work on climate change regulation and mass transit.
  • Okay, great. But we still need to take care of our roads. Which was why we paid the taxes in the first place.

Authority: Citizens for Tim Robinson, Treasurer: Susan Peacock