The folks who speak for local government at the state Capitol are unhappy with a recent report that questions how cities and towns spend their road dollars.
The Wisconsin Town’s Association yesterday wrote a lengthy response to a report from the MacIver New Service that looked at General Transportation Aids in the state of Wisconsin. The Town’s Association says those aids are to both build new roads and to maintain old roads. The Town’s Association is one of many groups pushing for more money from Madison to help build roads highways across the state. The MacIver report suggested they already have enough money.