There are 31 employees at the highway department, but only the road superintendent, Dennis Potter, travels.
“I’ve tried to be more efficient,” he said of his time in office.
The county highway department is responsible for mowing right of ways, paving, snow plowing, debris clearing and general highway safety.
Since August 2011, the county has spent $2,338.38 to send Potter to one auction, two conferences, and to Florida to buy a dump truck.
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