Salinas >> A Highway 156 toll road-funded expansion project would now cost $365 million even if it does begin construction in the next six years, about $100 million more than previously expected, according to the latest Caltrans cost estimate. Transportation Agency for Monterey County deputy executive director Todd Muck said the projected cost increase for the proposed toll road project is largely a result of delays in getting construction started, although about $43 million of the additional expense is related to farmland mitigation costs.
Californian news team wins 9 CNPA Awards The award winners were selected by fellow journalists who reviewed all of the entries and provided the ranking. Check out this story on thecalifornian.com: http://bit.ly/2qP3WJc At a dinner in Santa Monica on Saturday evening, the California Newspaper Publishers Association announced that The Salinas Californian had won 9 awards in varying categories.
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