Opinion

June 4, 2013 12:00 AM

Legislature should support public transportation through revenue package

Pierce Transit’s resources and revenue have steadily declined for six years. At our last board meeting, we took action to cut 84 positions from the agency. This makes a total of 291 positions cut over the past four years.

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