As Governor Ned Lamont gets set to roll out yet another proposal on how to pay for long term transportation infrastructure improvements, the Danbury City Council is weighing in. The group has approved a letter in opposition to tolling. The proposal was made by Council President Joe Cavo. But Councilman Bob Taborsak said at their meeting last week that the resolution was premature. There's been no real movement since the legislature adjourned in June about how to pay for long term infrastructure improvements. He was the only one to vote against it. Councilman John Esposito says there could be other ways to fund needed work, including by the state adopting sports bettering and legalizing and taxing recreational marijuana.