Weight limits set on county roads

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SANDPOINT — With warm, rainy weather, road weight limits have been posted on some county roads.

That means no early-morning hauling will be allowed on any Bonner County-maintained road that has been posted with weight limits.

• District 1 (south of the Long Bridge) — No weight restrictions.

• District 2 (Priest River/Priest Lake) — No weight restrictions.

• District 3 (Sandpoint/Clark Fork) — Johnson Creek Road, E. Spring Creek Road and Mosquito Creek Road were posted with weight limits effective, Jan. 23.

Per BCRC Ordinance #422, it shall be the responsibility of the hauler to contact the Road & Bridge Department to determine whether or not these restrictions are in place. These restrictions will remain in effect until changed, at which time updates will be posted.

Information: Bonner County Road & Bridge,208-255-5681, ext. 1, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.; after hours, 208-255-5681, ext. 8 for weight limits; or go online to bonnercounty.us.

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