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RE: SG-W:/ AATA bus routes

Surely, Pittsfield pays a millage to AATA. We do have AATA bus service, it
just doesn't seem to be expanding into the areas that have grown since that
service was introduced.

I'm happy to pay my share for a transportation millage -- I suspect that I
already do. I'd just like to be able to reasonably take advantage of what
I'm paying for!

Ron Torrella

> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-smartgrowth-washtenaw@great-lakes.net
> [mailto:owner-smartgrowth-washtenaw@great-lakes.net]On Behalf Of Rebecca
> Head
> Sent: Friday, October 19, 2001 3:21 PM
> To: Kristen A. Gibbs
> Cc: Smartgrowth-Washtenaw
> Subject: Re: SG-W:/ AATA bus routes
> Just so everyone knows - no transit system in the county is
> self-supporting.
> That said, Kristen is right - A2 residents pay a millage to support AATA &
> other municipalities must also pay for services plus AATA applies
> and gets fed
> & other funds.

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