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Nemaha County Dust Control
03/08/2018
 

The Nemaha County Commissioners are making available a dust control program to interested residents who live or own property on County maintained roads. The program consists of applying DustGard to rock roads in front of houses and properties in an effort to control dust created by vehicles.

The cost of this program will be borne by individual residents and individual property owners who request to participate. The minimum distance required to apply dust control is 500 feet. The cost of material, labor and equipment to treat a 500 foot strip of road is $1.50 per foot for a total cost of $750. Nemaha County is not responsible for effectiveness of treatment for dust control.

Anyone wishing to participate will need to sign up and make payment by Friday, April 6th, in the Nemaha County Highway Dept Office, located at 710 Pioneer Street in Seneca. Payment must be made in the office at the time of enrollment in the program. Please call 336-2168 with any questions. All residents living on Nemaha County roads wishing to participate in this program will need to go through Nemaha County. Nemaha County will do no blading on these treated roads as long as the road condition does not deteriorate. Nemaha County will retain the right to maintain the treated areas after November 1st, 2018.

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