Read the whole article here.Oil and gas drillers "are fixing the roads before they even use them," said [Jefferson County Engineer Jim] Branagan, adding Jefferson County rural roads saw $4.5 million in improvements by oil and gas drillers in 2012. "The roads will be repaired and upgraded before they even begin (drilling). I was tickled with that."MacAdam told Johnson there are 485 permitted drill sites in the state, all with road-use agreements with local municipalities.
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