Guest Post on Musings: Virginia Infrastructure Needs Hurt Economic Development

By: Andrew McRoberts, Editor. This was posted Friday, March 18th, 2011

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Today, my first guest post went up on Chris Hill’s Construction Law Musings blog!  It is entitled, “Virginia Infrastructure Needs Hurt Economic Development.”  Feel free to click on the link to read it.

As a long-time local government attorney who has observed first-hand the effects of a lack of public infrastructure funding in Virginia, I felt the topic was timely for the regular readers of this blog, and also the regular readers of Chris Hill’s Construction Law Musings.  Local governments, developers and the construction industry share similar concerns and suffer the economic effects of a transportation network lacking funds — e.g., to quote the post, “the deterorating roadways and bridges, the bottlenecks and gridlock, the lack of new roads and alternative transportation options.” 

Please let us know what you think in the comment box below.

Many thanks to Chris Hill for asking me to guest post and for partnering with Va Locality Law to bring this post to you.

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