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Capitol Hill cuts may affect port authority's plans

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By Kevin Koelling, Managing Editor

Local officials continue press for funding

TELL CITY - An effort in Congress to reduce earmarks could affect the Perry County Port Authority's ability to obtain funding for an infrastructure-upgrade project.

"This Congress promised to be more ethical and work on funding; they slashed earmarks in half," Adam Dickey told port-authority board members at a regular meeting Jan. 11. A field representative in Rep. Baron Hill's office, Dickey said that promise means less money is available for needed projects.


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