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Stevens County to look at farming in road easements

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MORRIS – Stevens County officials are looking into a new program to reclaim and maintain county road easements after a local landowner argued farming in right of ways creates safety hazards for county residents.

One question is whether the county should use taxpayer dollars to sign and re-seed the easements or try to charge individual landowners the cost of reclaiming right of ways.

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Kim Ukura is the editor of the Morris Sun Tribune. 

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