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Road improvement projects receive funding

The city of Hoisington has received notification they have received an additional $200,000 in grant funds for street repair from the Kansas Department of Transportation.
They city has already received $200,000 from KDOT for a total of $400,000. City Manager Jonathan Mitchell said the city plans to apply for the grant next year as well.
Mitchell said plans are to use the funds to repair Main Street from 6th-9th Street where the concrete is currently cracking. The plan is for a full depth replacement with jointing every ten feet, instead of the current 20 feet.
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