Hillsborough elected officials divided on timing of potential transit tax

“Crist suggested watching how a similar referendum progresses in Pinellas County. If it fails this November, waiting until 2018 would let Hillsborough leaders make changes to improve the chance that their own referendum — which would help finance roads, buses, walkways and rail — would pass. County Commissioner Ken Hagan, who was re-elected this year without opposition, brought up concerns over being able to sort out legal requirements.” See More . . .

Source: http://www.tampabay.com/news/transportation/hillsborough-elected-officials-divided-on-timing-of-potential-transit-tax/2192618
By: CAITLIN JOHNSTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER

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