“I understand everyone had differing opinions and I understand that maybe now is not the time to do that,” Mulligan said. “I look forward to working with the rest of council as we work to come up with some creative ways to address the roads…. Obviously, the problem is not going to go away.”
The Journal-News conducted a Facebook poll with 922 people responding whether or not they favored an income tax levy for roads. Of those polled, 61 percent opposed the income tax increase and 39 percent were in favor of the income tax increase.