- Posted January 16, 2015 at 7:15 PM
- Categories Eminent Domain and Condemnation, Litigation, Real Estate, Purple Line Project
Governor-elect Hogan is still keeping his counsel concerning the fate of the Purple and Red Lines confidential. He has repeatedly stated that he will not state his position on the projects until after his inauguration next week—and maybe not for a period of time after that. But both United States Senators from Maryland and seven of Maryland’s Members of Congress have publicly stated their strong support for the projects. In a letter to Governor-elect Hogan Maryland’s federal representatives argue that “(t)he entire Baltimore and Greater Washington area Congressional delegations have fought hard to ensure that federal funds are available to support the Red and Purple Lines…This is truly a historic opportunity that may never come again…”
See a copy of the entire letter by clicking the download attachment button below.
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