Published on 15 May 2018
Some of the rain we have experienced lately is not just good for farmers, it is also good for grading works.
‘The break in the weather has meant the graders are out working on the roads. The process is much easier during and after rain and saves us a significant amount of money. Grading in the dry costs two to three times more than grading in the wet, Cr Driscoll explained.
To make the most of break in the weather, the Northern Grampians Shire Council has all graders out in force working long hours and even weekends. This has resulted in more movement and machinery on roads, including roads that are usually pretty quiet.
Cr Driscoll calls for motorists to ‘take care, look out for the graders and obey traffic signs to ensure that everyone is safe.’
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