WV Department of Highway's District Engineers say they have turned in the list of secondary roads that need repaired in the Mountain State.

Justin B. Smith, District Three Engineer in Parkersburg, said he will release a list of designated Calhoun projects to the Hur Herald.

Officials said the roads that have top priority are those with the most traffic.

It was not clear if the dozens of road slips in Calhoun will be on the priority list.

Gov. Justice has promised an “avalanche” of work on secondary roads once the state receives the lists from district engineers and county supervisors.

State officials have yet to explain why virtually all WV districts have been spending only 70% of designated core maintenance funds since Justice has been governor.

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