Less than a month after Allen County commissioners opted to contribute more to a cost sharing program with the Kansas Department of Transportation, it seems the strategy is already paying off.
On Tuesday, KDOT announced 22 projects, with Allen County being selected for two. KDOT plans to help on several pavement and patching projects on roads throughout the county damaged from heavy use, as well as a project in Humboldt.
Commissioner Jerry Daniels said the county is still waiting to learn more information about what the projects will entail.
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