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Some Pa. cities concerned about drilling fee
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Even if state lawmakers approve a tax or fee on gas drillers this fall, some local leaders might not take the money.
Communities in the heart of the Marcellus shale could turn down such revenues that come with strings attached. Many want to be able to set their own rules for problems such as road damage, noise, lights and storm water runoff, but they might have to accept state-prescribed rules for such problems to collect money from a drilling impact fee.
Budget targets leisure travelers with car ad deals
ATLANTA (AP) — When Nia Lewis was looking for a car to drive to Florida to visit her in-laws, she went to the Atlanta Budget Rent a Car website as she normally does. But she stumbled upon something unusual.
There, on the site's home page, was a big discount. The catch? The car is a moving ad.
Panel urges higher vehicle fees, gas tax
HARRISBURG — Drivers in Pennsylvania can expect to pay more at the pump and higher fees for vehicle registration and driver's licenses, according to a commission aimed at closing the state's $3.5 billion transportation budget gap.
Drivers may bear costs of repairing Pa. infrastructure
It is no secret Pennsylvania's roads and bridges are in disrepair and access to transportation falls short of state needs. But no one could have guessed the course the "no new taxes" governor might take to find the money to repair a deteriorating infrastructure and transportation system.
Big Oil reaps big profit in 2Q as fuel prices soar
NEW YORK (AP) — Big Oil continued to make big money in the second quarter.
PennDOT Secretary: Tolling state roads a long-term solution
HARRISBURG — Technically, Gov. Tom Corbett’s transportation funding commission will not recommend new tolls, but the specter of tolls on state roads and interstates in the next decade is clearly present in its final report to be submitted Friday to Corbett.
VA Funds Solar Energy Projects at 5 Hospitals
WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jul. 27, 2011-- The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has awarded $56.7 million in contracts to build solar photovoltaic (PV) systems in support of ongoing energy efficiency and renewable energy initiatives.
- Some Pa. cities concerned about drilling fee