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Okaloosa County continues dirt road stabilization program

| Tony Judnich
Okaloosa County’s voter-approved half-cent sales tax, which funds infrastructure upgrades and other needs, has fast-tracked the stabilization of most of the county’s approximately 200 miles worth of dirt roads. These roads are comprised of a combination of county and state forestry roads that run primarily north of Interstate 10. Dirt road stabilization provides a better driving surface and prevents sediment from entering creeks and streams, according to county information.
A look at a dirt road that has been improved with a chip seal pavement surface treatment.


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