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Politics Working Against Approval of Purple Line, Hogan Transition Team Member Says

Veteran columnist Blair Lee offers blunt assessment of next four years in Annapolis


Purple Line image via Montgomery Planning Board website.

Purple Line image via Montgomery Planning Board website.

With Gov.-elect Larry Hogan due to be sworn into office on Jan. 21, a member of the Hogan transition team today offered a blunt assessment of the politics of Annapolis over the next four years. And it doesn’t spell good news for Montgomery County — and the proposed light-rail Purple Line in particular.

While emphasizing he was speaking for himself – and not on behalf of Hogan or the transition team – veteran columnist and commentator Blair Lee IV noted that Hogan had run in this year’s general election opposed to both the Purple Line and another major mass transit project: the proposed Red Line through the city of Baltimore.

Read full article here from Bethesda Magazine


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