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Winter took a serious toll on vehicles

March 21, 2014

Editor’s note: This is the second in a series of articles about the effects this winter’s extreme weather had on the local area....

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Mar-21-14 1:23 PM

Govt's lack of using our taxes to fix our roads took toll on vehicles.

Okay, Governor, we were told we had a rainy day fund. So if we have an excess... why weren't roads fixed?

And WHY do you democrats now need to start up a new corrupt fund and call it something new? ANd then pretend it's going to go to fix our roads? We already PAY TAXES that are supposed to fix our roads. So if we no longer have THAT money; where did it go? Geez; money seems to disappear pretty often in govt; especially states with liberal leadership.

Look at bankrupt Wisconsin. Now conservative Scott Walker has turned it around. Think people. NO more dems.

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Mar-21-14 1:20 PM

Nice try!

Winter did NOT take a serious toll on vehicles.

DOH's lack of fixing pot holes took a toll on vehicles.

Governor's lack of doing anything about our roads took a toll on vehicles!

Anyone ever investigate and find out anything about the $4 MILLION dollars that 'disappeared' supposedly without a trace from the Agriculture dept?? Anyone interested in finding out in our state govt???

Come on Intermountain... aren't you a little bit interested in knowing what happened? YOU reported on it. How about doing a follow-up? That used to be what real journalists did. I guess not anymore.

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