Pr. Geo's cab company may file appeal
The head of the largest cab company in Prince George's County said he will appeal a recently adopted measure expanding taxi service in the county, The Washington Examiner reports.
Silver Cab Co. owner Badi Nabely has long been an opponent of the measure, which in October, will add 390 driver permits to 775 permits currently in the county. Over the next five years, the bill will authorize 375 more permits.
Nabely says adding more drivers will cripple his business, which owns roughly one-fifth of the county's existing permits. Nearly 200 individual drivers and cab companies share the remaining 615.
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