TCI Regional Policy Design Stakeholder Submissions

Material submitted through the TCI Public Input form will be published here. All material submitted will inform the participating jurisdictions in the TCI regional policy design process. Please note that all submissions are reviewed before posting, so it may take several days for new submissions to appear on this page. Click on the column headings to sort the submissions. 
First Last Affiliation City State Input File
Brenda Moot NRCM Winterport Maine
I support the TCI, the Transportation Climate Initiative. Why?

Because transportation accounts for 54% of Maine’s climate-changing pollution.


So, let’s clean it up with the...
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Joyce Potter republican Phillips Maine
Maine's residents are already struggling. Working folks and retired people all must use fuel for transportation on a daily basis. Elderly folks must get to Dr's. appointments,...
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Greg Kimber na Temple Maine
Maine should use TCI as an opportunity to invest in local transportation solutions that help Maine people get to where they need to go in an affordable way that’s good for our environment....
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Debbie Petrin Working person Jackman Maine
What the hell is this women doing. I am totally against this...i can't use a battery operated car. Where i live...why are they forcing this deal down our throats..janet open your eyes. It...
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Herb Taggart Mr. levant Maine
Maine is already taxed by the state and federal government on Gas we don't need any more
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Jenny Scheu Ms. Portland Maine
Development of low carbon public transportation is incredibly important to our city of Portland ME and our region....

AND to our global future. Thanks for your work on this implementation...
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Gregory Clark Indigenous Maine Native Augusta Maine
No new taxes!
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chrissy adamowicz NRCM Brunswick Maine
I support making our communities far safer for bicyclists and pedestrians. Walkability and bikeability should be high priorities.
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Laura J. Gazzano citizen Wellfleet Massachusetts
TCI is an important collaboration between eastern states to combat climate change. Some part of TCI revenue needs to be disbursed to EV infrastructure associated with affordable housing. It could...
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Seth Brown Concerned Citizen Palmyra Maine
This taxation is going to cripple our Maine citizens. Fuel costs are already high enough to discourage travel for a large portion of Mainers. Additionally, if this tax was to be applied to home...
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Pam Loft Republican Windham Maine
Please DO NOT bring Maine into the TCI plan! As a rural state, dependent on trucks, automobiles, and farm equipment to accomplish our daily work, raising the price of gasoline and other fuels will...
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Susan Williams Republican Standish Maine
I am on a tight fixed income and have reduced my driving as much as possible. For me to take on this ridiculous increase when it doesn’t benefit our state is just wrong. Mainers are frugal and...
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Nancy Coshow Maine Resident Bridgton Maine
I am against the disguised tax!


First, the government(s) should not be in the business of choosing winners and losers in the marketplace with the use of taxes, rebates, tax...
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Richard Coshow Maine Resident Bridgton Maine
I am against the disguised tax!


First, the government(s) should not be in the business of choosing winners and losers in the marketplace with the use of taxes, rebates, tax...
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Stanley Spoors None Skowhegan Maine
"AUGUSTA – Governor Janet Mills is negotiating a multi-state agreement that could sharply increase the cost of gasoline and diesel for Maine people, and Mainers should take the opportunity to...
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Richard Graves Maine resident Windham Maine
This is a terrible initiative and will adversely affect the lives of all residents of states that adopt this initiative. It will drive up costs for goods transported by trucking and the general...
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Mark Follansbee Citizen Scarborough Maine
Transportation is one of the contributors to climate change that is amenable to action at the personal, local, state, and federal levels. Only through action at all these levels can we hope to...
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Noah Perlut University of New England Scarborough Maine
Hello, we need to invest in low-carbon or carbon-neutral methods of mobility and where possible, capitalize on opportunities to increase options for and use of public transportation. Doing so...
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John Finney Republican Buxton Maine
Please stop this nonsense. Stop adding taxes or penalties. I do not support any of this and I only know a few people who do. Janet Mills is bad for Maine which is why she's the 7th most...
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Richard Webb Taxpayer Gardiner Maine
This is ill advised and will be disaterous for those Mainers that are already living on the edge. Those that are able to will have no choice but to move to another state, those who can't will...
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