The 2024 Road Program was accepted and approved by the Marshall County Commissioners on Monday.
Commissioner Stan Klotz reminds citizens that the plan is, “This is just a starting point, there could be changes based on the weather and funding. This is just where we are going to start and hopefully achieve.”
Highway Superintendent Jason Peters said the plan shows the preliminary estimates.
The three-page plan includes 50 miles of chip and seal for $1 million. There are 21.5 miles of roads to be reclaimed at $2,116,710 and 21.75 miles of pug paving for $1,413,750. Also included in the plan is normal road maintenance for $500,000. The 2024 Road Plan will improve 93.25 miles of county roadways with an estimated bottom-line number of $4,030,460.