Financial woes at the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority continue to dominate board meetings as officials review dipping into reserve funds to help support basic capital maintenance on the system.

The authority’s executive director, Alan LeBovich, last week proposed taking roughly $26 million from MassPike reserves in order for the authority to keep its roads and bridges in a state of good repair through fiscal 2009, which began July 1.

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