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Residents Like GA 400 Projects Even if They Hate Tolls

Residents from Cumming and the rest of the GA 400 corridor asked questions and voiced opinions about proposed projects.

By Bob Pepalis | Email the author | January 6, 2011

A slow but steady stream of residents from Cumming, Alpharetta-Milton and the rest of the GA 400 corridor has kept the State Road & Tollway Authority staff and their consultants busy answering questions about projects proposed for GA 400 and its interchanges.

Some, such as Rep. Chuck Martin, (R-Alpharetta), and incoming Rep. Lynne Riley, (R-Johns Creek), voiced opposition to the tolls that will fund many of the projects. They say the tolls were extended past the time residents were promised. They saw value in the projects, but not how they are being funded.

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