Post Tagged with: "Randy Crawford"

Crawford submits resignation as road and bridge director

Road and Bridge Director Randy Crawford submitted his written resignation Monday to the Marion County Board of Commis?sioners, effective Friday, Oct. 9. Crawford said, ?I apologize for the short notice, but my new company made their job offer contingent on an employment start date of Monday, Oct. 12, due to their project timelines.? The three commissioners said they will miss […]

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County road plan to address multiple issues

County road plan to address multiple issues

? ?Mudders,? overloaded farm trucks, farmers cultivating into road ditches motivate response. This dirt road north of Hillsboro shows the residual damage caused by ?mudders? following rain that fell almost two weeks ago. Randy Crawford, the county?s road and bridge director, is asking the public to call the sheriff?s office when they observe ongoing abuse to see if more violators […]

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Commissioners favor plan for roads

The Marion County Board of Commissioners Monday gave tentative approval to a plan developed by Road and Bridge Director Randy Crawford to widen dirt and gravels roads up to two miles at a time to originally planned widths. Crawford often has spoken about how county dirt and gravel roads over a century of use have gradually narrowed from Kansas legally […]

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Commissioners hopeful for funding of new bridge

Road and Bridge Direc?tor Randy Crawford told the Marion County Commis?sion Monday, that there?s a possibility the county could get its 20 percent share of $238,000 to build a new bridge on Alfalfa Road east of Florence from federal exchange funds. Otherwise, the county will have to add its share to next year?s budget to meet the state?s $1 million […]

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Holub steps in as commission chairman for 2015

Lori Lalouette, a Hills?boro attorney, was sworn in as the 1st District commissioner for Marion County by 8th District Court Judge Michael Powers prior to the board?s Monday meeting. The swearing occurred at a public reception in the hallway outside of the meeting room at the courthouse. Lalouette was elected to succeed Roger Fleming of Hillsboro, who chose not to […]

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