|County proposes Handybus rate hike|
|November 01, 2012 Jerry Purvis|
Photo by Lisa Betz/Gering Citizen Handybus operator Tim Daniels assists Jon-Lee Campbell at the end of the work day on Tuesday. Cambell, who works at the Gering Citizen, relies on the Handybus to get to and from work.
People who ride the Scotts Bluff County Handybus might be paying more in the future, based on a proposed rate change.
Carol Prince, Scotts Bluff County Director of Operations, presented the proposed changes to the county board on Monday evening. Overall, rates would increase 25 percent for Lyman and Morrill, and 33 percent for Mitchell, Melbeta, Minatare, Scottsbluff and Gering.
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