Federal investigation, funding issues increase risk for rail bidders
By Kevin Dayton email@example.com
March 17, 2019
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“My view of it is, if there was somebody in the last 10 years here who did something of a criminal nature, then I think we all want that person identified, or persons identified, and they should face the music for whatever they did, but that shouldn’t stop a project that has significant community benefits,” said Andrew Robbins, HART executive director.