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Basic items on first agenda for Transportation Benefit District

The first meeting of the Bainbridge Island’s new Transportation Benefit District is planned for Wednesday, Oct. 10.

The agenda for the meeting is expected to include the appointment of a chairman, the creation of a meeting schedule, and consideration of an interlocal agreement with the city of Bainbridge Island.

The city council set up the district as a way to adopt a license tab fee that could provide new revenue for city road projects.

City council members will serve as the board members for the new district.

 

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