The Daily Outrage: Use federal funds to build roads, not save old bridges

WHO: Antrim (Pa.) Township

WHAT: Plan to use a $700,000 grant from the Federal Highway Administration to rehabilitate a 150-year-old covered bridge known as Martin's Mill Bridge.

WHY IT'S AN OUTRAGE: If Martin's Mill Bridge is such an important historic structure, let local and/or state taxpayers fund the rehabilitation.

WHERE TO VENT: Federal Highway Administration Media Relations Office at: 202-366-0660.

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