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first_img Tumblr Google+ Next PostPrinceton Man Arrested For Trying To Sexually Abuse A Young Boy West Virginia Parkways Authorities met to have a final vote and discuss the first bond sale they will be having that will cost $172 million in Turnpike bonds. Gov. Jim Justice said that E-ZPASS Rates will start at $8.00 a year for the first three years, then increase to $25 per year. During the selling of the bonds, it will allow the authority time to assess the impact of discounted E-ZPASS subscriptions that passed in 2017. Authority members have adopted a Debt and Capital Planning management police that will help the bond sales go smoother. Linkedin Twitter CHARLESTON (AP)- According to Parkways Authorities, turnpike bonds will begin going on the market as early as next month. Facebook NewsWatchState NewsTop Stories $172 Million Turnpike Bonds Will Begin Going On The Market Next Month By Daniella HankeyJul 06, 2018, 11:09 am 342 0 Previous PostNew Medical Program Will Be Coming To West Virginia University Pinterest Home NewsWatch $172 Million Turnpike Bonds Will Begin Going On The Market Next Month Mail Daniella Hankeylast_img

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