The money would restore 12-months of “basic, minimal service.”
Ferries, alcohol laws and the budget.
A bill proposes to set up a formal process for making designations for pristine waterways, but opponents say the proposal is overly political and effectively impossible.
“There’s a good likelihood we will not have service in Southeast in March,” conceded Department of Transportation Commissioner John MacKinnon on Thursday.
Stedman comes to the defense of his “beloved marine highway.”
The report finds that no routes could be operated at even a break-even level by a private company. The nearest to profitable would still require a $370,000 subsidy.
The Legislature continued with a packed schedule on Day 65. More stuff than we can keep track of happened, but here’s a few of the…