Crews have been allowed to work overtime to keep up; officials keeping eye on budget

HANCOCK COUNTY — County road crews have been on alert since January patching the cracks, holes and canyons created by 2014’s brutal, brittle winter, but they’ve been hard against it since mid-March laying down tons of asphalt.

One shovelful at a time, more than 1,000 tons of patch material has been put down on the county’s roads this year, and there’s still a fair amount of work pending, according to county highway superintendent Randy Moore.

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