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'Bacon and Potatoes'

July 7, 2011

Shrinking availability of state and federal grants means that Stevens County likely won’t be taking on any major transportation improvement projects over the next six years, according to Stevens County Public Works Director, Jim Whitbread. Instead, the county will be focusing on maintenance and projects it can do itself, as outlined in the county’s new Six-Year Transportation plan.
Whitbread said this approach is an effort to be fiscally prudent until grant monies again become available.

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