Caldwell’s, Djou’s paths split on how to pay for rest of rail
By Marcel Honore email@example.com
Oct. 17, 2016
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Mayor Kirk Caldwell (left), Charles Djou
Mayor Kirk Caldwell says he’ll try to convince lawmakers that another extension of the rail tax is the way to go to close a huge budget gap. Charles Djou, meanwhile, wants to reform rail “mismanagement,” create partnerships with private entities on the rail line and pursue other measures to close the gap.