By Daria Anderson-Faden
The Observer 

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February 3, 2022

The Kimball County Commissioners met in regular session on Tuesday, Feb. 1.

First on the agenda was County Road Superintendent Randy Bymer. He informed the commissioners that he set March 1 at 9:15 a.m. for the public hearing for the 1/6 Year Road Plan.

Then Bymer reviewed and answered questions about the future chip seal project on county roads. To chip seal, one mile of a paved county road will cost about $26,000, including rock, contract labor, oil and hauling. The county has about 13 miles of paved roads. Chip sealing adds about 4-5 years to the life span of the road.

The commissioner...

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