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County unsure about accepting road fees

 


After dealing with angry neighbors and dust problems due to the high traffic near gravel pits within the city’s zone of influence, Sidney began charging a road fee to area operators.

So far, the city has charged Croell Redi Mix, the company which moved into what was formerly the Kielian pit, $1,000 per month for road maintenance for its first three months of operations. Croell’s operation is located a half mile south of the intersection of County Roads 20 and 117, east of Sidney. Another gravel pit within the city’s two mile zoning jurisdiction outside city limits owned by Fred Neal...



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