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AAC


PHOTO RECAP


covers pavement assessment, road solutions


The County Judges’ Association of Ar- kansas (CJAA) hosted its Roads Seminar Oct. 24-26, 2017, at Lake DeGray Resort State Park in Bismarck (Clark County). Topics included assessing and repairing pavement, applying for funding through the Unpaved Roads Program, and more.


Top right: Madison County Judge Frank Weaver, president of the County Judges’ As- sociation of Arkansas, welcomes those who attended the County Roads Seminar.


Middle right: The Arkansas Department of Transportation’s Technology Transfer Pro- gram recognized recipients of the Level 2 (T2) designation in the ROADS Scholar Pro- gram. Pictured, left to right, are T2 Program Manager Laura Carte; Greene County Road Superintendent


Dave Tierney; Lafayette


County Judge Mike Rowe, who accepted the award on behalf of the county’s road crew employee; George Bridges with the city of Little Rock; Jacob Wright with the city of Malvern, and University of Arkansas’ Center for Training and Transportation Professionals Director Stacy Williams.


Bottom middle: Calhoun County Judge Floyd W. Nutt talks about how the Unpaved Roads Program has given him the tools and support to complete several road projects, including rebuilding a road affected by flooding.


Bottom right: Stone County Judge Stacy Avey praises AEDC and the Unpaved Roads Program for teaching road managment and repair techniques that have helped the county cut down on road maintenance and fix drainage issues.


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COUNTY LINES, FALL 2017


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