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County to apply for state road grants

Barton County was able to make important improvements to a vital north-south rural road with the help of state transportation funding, and now it will attempt to do so again.
The Barton County Commission agreed Monday to apply again for the Kansas Department of Transportation High Risk Rural Road grant, seeing almost $800,000 in funding.
County Engineer Clark Rusco noted that the county was able to make major improvements to the Boyd Road as part of the first HRRR grant process. The county received grant money to improve the railroad crossing at Boyd and to straighten out the curves ...

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