The purse strings were loose on Tuesday night as commissioners voted to dole out money for a number of causes.
During last week’s workshop Dennis Potter, road superintendent, made the group aware of the certain doom facing the county quarry’s aged crusher.
Parts for the antiquated equipment are virtually impossible to find, Potter said.
The county is able to produce its own crushed stone at a cost of $2 per ton. However the cost if purchased from another supplier would jump to $10 per ton.