On county roads and bridges: Will lawmakers finally listen?

By TIM KALICH GREENWOOD COMMONWEALTH,

Mississippi lawmakers expect to have a plate that is more than overflowing when they return to Jackson next month for the 2018 session.
One item that’s going to be high up on the list for the umpteenth time is the deteriorating condition of the state’s roads and bridges.

 
 
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