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Levy County is attempting to make the most of its road money by taking bids for a road project while the cost of asphalt has dropped.
Bids on work on a 5.8-mile strip of County Road 316 between County Road 337 to Northeast 20th Street are due at 10 a.m. Jan. 19. The project calls for widening and resurfacing the existing pavement and roadbed, and doing shoulder work. The work is estimated to take 210 days — or about 7 months.
The project is being funded by a Small County Outreach Program grant of $1.431,060.
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