San Miguel County commissioners said this week they would like to have a schedule for maintenance of the county’s rural roads.
The county’s top roads official said he could create such a schedule, as he has done before. But he warned that he couldn’t make any promises on dates for maintenance.
At Tuesday’s commission meeting, Chairman David Salazar asked Harold Garcia, the county’s public works supervisor, to create such a schedule, so residents know when their roads are due for maintenance.
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