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Board of Supervisors Dedicates $13.5 Million for Roads

Published: November 16, 2015

Press Release –  November 17, 2015  –  On Tuesday, November 10th, the Sonoma County Board of Supervisors approved new one-time funding that will help build approximately 100 miles of new roads. The Board added $13.5 million of funding, which brings the total general fund contribution to roads to a record $25 million. New roads projects will be selected in 2016 and built in 2017. The Board also reinforced their commitment to stable, ongoing funding by indexing the annual general fund contribution toward road repair by up to 2% annually.