Street repairs to run city at least $200,000



March 13, 2012 - 12:00 AM

Upkeep of Iola’s city streets will be an expensive proposition this year.

The city can expect to spend $290,000 or more for chip-sealing the northwest quadrant of the city this summer, well more than the $180,000 that had been budgeted, Street and Alley Superintendent Dan Leslie told Iola City Council members Monday night.

To cover the extra costs, Leslie encouraged councilmen to pull from Iola’s reserve fund for milling and overlay projects.

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