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print email Source: Editorial: Budget forces road improvement changes
Really?
November 19, 2013 | 01:00 PM

What amazes me is how many people in Harrison County are road construction enginners and paving experts. Just because you drive a vehicle doesn't make you an expert on the best method for maintaining a paved surface. Also, how many times does someone have to say that St. Rd. 62 IS NOT A COUNTY ROAD! The state (Repubican controlled) maintains that road. It is good, however, to see that a large number of people are concerned about the county's spending of money on any project. I remember back before the "boat" (yes, Harrison County was here before the casino arrived) when roads were cold patched and we had miles of county roads that were still the old, dusty gravel. We've come a long way, baby. Just be glad that we have the means to keep our roads repaired. Many counties in Indiana do not.

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