How to fund repair work a point of contention for Mike Crider, Michael Atkins



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GREENFIELD — Finding funds to repair aging roads is a problem not only plaguing Hancock County but the entire state, candidates running for state Senate District 28 say.

Mike Crider and Michael Adkins agree that something needs to be done to help local units of government better maintain roads, which could not only improve quality of life for residents but could also bring in more economic growth. But they differ on their plans to make it happen.

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