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The Davison County commissioners used half of the budget's contingency funds to purchase gravel for road maintenance.

The commissioners approved the purchase of 65,000 tons of gravel for county roads during their regular meeting Tuesday at the courthouse in Mitchell. The cost for the gravel is $258,050, and about $120,000 will be paid from the contingency budget.


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