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County Gets Grant For Road Signs

Nevada County has a lot of rural roadways, which experience a lot of traffic collisions each year. To try to reduce the number of crashes, the county has received a federal grant to improve roadway safety signs. County Civil Engineer Josh Pack says the grant will allow them to look at signage on secondary highways such as McCourtney, LaBarr Meadows, Combie, Dog Bar, Duggans, Greenhorn, Lime Kiln, Magnolia, Wolf, and North Bloomfield Roads…

Listen to Josh Pack 1

Pack says they will go out and look at the signage on each of those roadways…

Listen to Josh Pack 2

The grant is for a total of 244-thousand dollars. Pack says the plan is to have the audit done and the new signs up late this year.

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