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MI: Anti-Transit Millage Group Citing Oakland County Report

A spokesman for a group opposing the proposed regional transit millage for southeast Michigan is seizing on a report from a top official in the administration of Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson to raise questions about the transit master plan
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