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The county road department is building retaining walls to stop the erosion of the roadway when Mill Creek is up.
The work is being financed by a grant from the state highway department. Magistrate Joe Rogers and Secretary Lisa Lee of the County Judge executive's office were at the site Wednesday evening. They said that the county had gotten 80 per cent of a request for $9,000, or $7,200 to do the work.
The construction should take about two weeks, Mr. Rogers said.
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