North Carolina’s environment agency is seeking public input on how to spend its $92 million share of a federal settlement with Volkswagen. The German automaker agreed to a $14.7 billion settlement in 2015 after admitting it installed illegal software on some of its diesel-powered vehicles.
North Carolina’s environment agency is seeking public input on how to spend its $92 million share of a federal settlement with Volkswagen. The German automaker agreed to a $14.7 billion settlement in 2015 after admitting it installed illegal software on some of its diesel-powered vehicles. Carlos Osorio AP
North Carolina’s environment agency is seeking public input on how to spend its $92 million share of a federal settlement with Volkswagen. The German automaker agreed to a $14.7 billion settlement in 2015 after admitting it installed illegal software on some of its diesel-powered vehicles. Carlos Osorio AP

NC environment agency wants your advice: How to spend a $92M windfall?

December 29, 2017 03:25 PM