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February 11, 2013

RRACAP transportation agreement may end

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"The people that it would hurt would be the agencies we contact with," Castillo said.

Currently, Marion County pays RRACAP $3,000 a month for transportation services. The supervisors are in the budgeting cycle and that may change.

No formal action was taken regarding this discussion. A proposal from HIRTA is likely to come back before the supervisors. If the decision is made to end the agreement with RRACAP, the end date would likely be July 1, to coincide with the beginning of a new fiscal year.

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