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Dirt and gravel roads training approaching

February 25, 2014

Photo by Katherine Porter The Elk County Conservation District discussed state dirt and gravel roads funding for fiscal year 2015 during their regular February meeting.

During their regular meeting for the month of February, the Elk County Conservation District further discussed upcoming increases for the dirt and gravel roads portion of the state's recently-passed transportation bill.
The program has increased funding sevenfold with Pennsylvania municipalities set to receive $28 million in 2015 as opposed to the $4 million received in 2014.
The county received its allotted funding for fiscal year 2014 on Monday, with $25,000 in the pot for registered municipalities to use on dirt and gravel roads.

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