BOSTON - The problems surrounding the Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel project continued this week as fresh allegations about fees for consultants were discussed by the state legislature.

In Tuesday's session of the House post audit and oversight committee, it was revealed that the state had paid as much as $45,000 to consultants for the Bechtel/Parsons Brinkerhoff management consortium. The state hired the firms to oversee construction of the tunnel project.

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