County repaving roads at a record pace

The Franklin County Department of Highways garage, Route 30 in Malone, is slated to have a new roof by winter. Malone Telegram

MALONE — The Franklin County Department of Highways has paved more than 20 miles of public roads this year and expects to reach 30 miles by the end of the season, according to a report from Highway Superintendent Edward Adams.

During the Franklin County Legislature meeting Thursday, Adams said paving has taken place on county roads in Bangor, Bombay, Chasm Falls, Trout River and Malone, with paving slated in Fort Covington, Bloomingdale and several other areas of the county.

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