May 31, 1914

May 31, 1914

State Highway Engineer Bedford of California and Siskiyou County Highway Engineer Graves of Yreka visited Jackson County Monday and inspected the work done on local highways. Accompanied by Engineer Kittridge, they watched concrete pavement laying on the Central Point road and also went over the grading being done on the Siskiyou section.

"We have just let the contract for grading the California extension from the Oregon boundary for eight miles south," said Mr. Bedford, "and the contract calls for completion this summer. The work is not as heavy as that on the Jackson County side, and the cost will not be as great. The contract prices do not differ materially per cubic yard. Jackson County is doing good work and getting results."



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