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$1 Million for County Roads

100 Years Ago


March 12, 2020

Herald of March 12, 1920

The sum of $210 was paid out by the state during February as bounties on noxious animals caught withing the confines of the county. Eighty weasles were caught, together with 19 foxes of the gray variety, and five of the red variety in addition to two mink.

Blair county’s share of a $1 million appropriation for the construction of township roads is $8,080. The roads are in what are classed as second class townships. Blair county township roads have a total mileage of 605 miles and the distribution is at the rate of $13.35 per mile.

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