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Yes. They can blade lightly through chloride and lignin without damaging its effectiveness. We only blade through the dust control if there are holes that need to be filled. Any dust control areas on the road need to be marked so workers know the dust control agent is there when they come through with the blade.
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Dust Control Options
Private Contractor Applied - Permit applied for through private contractor.
County Applied – Permit applied for through County.
Self-Applied - Permit applied for through County.
Sign up Periods and Deadlines
Applicators may have an earlier deadline. Please contact them directly.
First Sign-Up Period: April 1 - May 10
Second Sign-Up Period: June 1 - July 10
Yes. If you would like someone from the Secondary Road Department to check it, you need a $50.00 non-refundable retain permit. The district foreman will review the seal coat. If the seal coat is in good shape, the permit will allow you to obtain patch material at a County shop through October 31st. If the seal coat is not in good shape, we will contact you so you can sign up for something new.
No. The permit fee pays for the department to send someone to go to the property and check the condition of the seal coat section. The permit also allows you to pick up patch mix from a county shop to fill potholes within your dust control section.
Yes. You can pay to put dust control on any county road.
Yes. It is a County road and you can pay to put dust control on any County road you want. What you will want to do is to make sure they don’t pay for dust control for the same portion of the road, as well. If they also want dust control, you can get together and share the cost or lengthen the distance of dust control.
No, we don't fill the gaps. If you have neighbors that are also getting dust control, you might want to talk to them about distances to ensure there are no gaps.