By Paul Schmitt
With transportation funding shaping up to be a battle in the state budget in Madison, area highway commissioners must find a way to do more with less on a local level as well. The challenge is to pave, patch and reconstruct older roads that are in poor or fair condition. Kewaunee County Highway Commissioner Todd Every explains what his department other departments must do if the funding is not there to replace roads.
Every says potholes this time of year are keeping his crews busy. He says overall, asphalt design mix has not changed much over the years, but is still expected to last twenty to thirty years.