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Dawson Rutter Opines On Latest Boston Fee Party

Tom Halligan
Posted on March 14, 2014

BOSTON, Mass. — In a CBS WBZ (channel 4) TV interview Wednesday, Dawson Rutter, CEO, Commonwealth Worldwide Chauffeured Transportation, commented on the Massachusetts Department of Transportation’s decision to increase registry, inspection and road-test fees to make up a projected $60 million needed to fund state infrastructure initiatives.

Rutter explained that such fee increases coupled with increasing taxes and regulations could force him to rethink keeping his company in Boston and could effect hiring new employees. View the interview here.

— By Tom Halligan, LCT East Coast Editor  

Related Topics: Commonwealth Worldwide Chauffeured Transportation, Dawson Rutter, Massachusetts operators, state regulations, taxes

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