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Commissioners review road upgrade policy
10/01/2020

(KLZA)-- Richardson County Commissioner met with Clay Burns Tuesday to review the procdures for changing the status of a minimum maintenance road to a regularly maintained road.  

Burns plans to build a house on a road currently labeled as minimum maintenance.

The Board explained that an engineer would need to plan the improvements necessary to bring the road up to state standards. The improvements are at the cost of the person making the request and after they are completed the County would take over the maintenance of the Road. 

Highway Superintendent Steve Darveau reported the Humboldt Road Department yard is being cleaned up and readied for the demolition of the wood frame structure.  New fencing is also being planned.  

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