County officials talk future of road funds

By Jason Evans
Staff Reporter

COUNTY — County officials discussed how to ensure that future county councils can only use millage added earlier this year for its intended purpose — roads.

Council voted in September to set millage that would generate $6 million to be used to move the county from a 75-year paving cycle to a 25-year paving cycle.

During council’s Dec. 6 meeting, Councilman Trey Whitehurst asked county administrator

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