The repaving, by chip-and-seal, of a county road in the Central area is being delayed by the wet weather, Jim Rogers, Sequoyah County Commissioner District 3, said. Rogers said County Road E1070, will "Hopefully be fixed within the next couple weeks." The road is a mile west of the Redwood-Central High Road intersection. Rogers said the road ties into District 1 at a low-water bridge, and has deteriorated over the years. Rogers began by re-milling the old chip-and-seal surface to rid the road of potholes and provide a good base. He has also replaced several tin horns."I'm not complaining about the rain," Rogers emphasized about recent rains delaying the project. This county road project costs about $60,000, Rogers said. He added he had a little over four miles of road repairs to complete in his district this year. By Sally Maxwell, Senior News Director
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