Second year Supervisor James Voyles has made changes in his district that have resulted in big savings in the road maintenance department. By utilizing district crew members and purchasing used equipment, Voyles has trimmed a costly job into a cost effective one.
“It was overwhelming how bad the roads in this district was when I first took office last January,” said Voyles. “Almost 100 miles of rural roads needed immediate attention – one road alone had 300 pot holes over one mile.”
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