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Fiscal Court: Magistrates want roads graveled

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By Ron Benningfield

 County road supervisor Clyde Veirs told LaRue County fiscal court magistrates meeting at the courthouse in Hodgenville Feb. 12 that crews spread more than 105 tons of salt on county roads during two recent rounds of freezing rain.

“We used about 80 tons on Jan. 25 and then pre-salted hills and curves with 25 tons on Feb. 1,” Veirs said. “We’ve received another 192 tons which leaves us with over 400 tons of salt on hand.”


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