San Miguel County is seeing big savings as it improves roads, thanks to the new crusher plant north of town, an official said.
Harold Garcia, the county’s public service foreman, said the county put new base course on nearly two miles of Pork Chop Hill Road about four months ago.
The improvements cost $30,000, far less than the estimated $150,000 it would have taken to hire a contractor for the same job, Garcia said.
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