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October 23, 2016


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What about the fixed income/low income people who currently own homes in West Salem? Are you suggesting they pay $3.00 per day to drive over bridges they already pay for in their taxes??? How is that fair, when other bridges exist all over Salem, paid for by highway taxes? Charging $1.50 each way is an outrageous fee, and would harm those who cannot afford a minimum of $3.00 per day just to go into their town. Also, downtown businesses would suffer, no doubt, from many, if not most, who would avoid the bridge use to avoid the toll.

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