Cone zone: Busy street repair season ahead

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Potholes will be filled, cracks will be fixed, and roads will get a new coating of asphalt.

Drivers can expect to see about the same amount of paving and road work going on around the county during this year’s road construction season as last year, except in Franklin, where the city plans to spend about five times more than usual on road work.

Other street departments will spend about the same amount as they have in past years, but Franklin plans to put about $1.6 million into road work after deciding to spend money that hadn’t been spent in past years.

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