A state lawmaker who represents part of northwestern York County said he’s benefited, but denies getting special treatment for a recently paved road to his house that cost taxpayers more than $50,000. Big Rock Road runs about a half-mile where it dead-ends at the home of Rep. Steve Moss, R-Blacksburg, at a cul-de-sac.
A state lawmaker who represents part of northwestern York County said he’s benefited, but denies getting special treatment for a recently paved road to his house that cost taxpayers more than $50,000. Big Rock Road runs about a half-mile where it dead-ends at the home of Rep. Steve Moss, R-Blacksburg, at a cul-de-sac. Bob Montgomery Spartanburg Herald-Journal
A state lawmaker who represents part of northwestern York County said he’s benefited, but denies getting special treatment for a recently paved road to his house that cost taxpayers more than $50,000. Big Rock Road runs about a half-mile where it dead-ends at the home of Rep. Steve Moss, R-Blacksburg, at a cul-de-sac. Bob Montgomery Spartanburg Herald-Journal

Road to York County lawmaker’s home paved

August 09, 2016 12:21 PM