Clatsop County Public Works will continue work on Olney Lane next week, installing culverts and ditch clearing in preparation for road renovation work. Other work for the week includes a Gradall crew ditch clearing on Saddle Mountain Road in preparation for pothole patching and oiling.

Public Works recently adopted a more environmentally friendly vegetation control program along county-maintained roads. All chemicals used in the program, which will begin in the next few weeks, are Environmental Protection Agency-safe for aquatic areas.

Public Works offers a program in which property owners can request the roadside along their land not be sprayed and the owner maintains the vegetation.

Property owners interested in participating in the program should call Public Works for more information at 325-8631.


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