Jefferson County experienced extensive flood damages that closed over 30 miles of road in the area due to recent floods.
Bill Hansel, Highway Superintend for Jefferson County said that Daykin road is still closed to the public until further notice.
“Some roads have been opened recently, but weather permitting, progression on closed roads should move quickly,” Hansel told Jefferson County Commissioners on Tuesday.
The Jefferson County Highway Department has hired Consolidated Sand and Gravel to haul materials to roads, such as River Road to speed up the construction process.
“Roads such as Daykin and River Road have large holes, that will need extensive work done on them before they are safe for public use,” Hansel said. Roads near Plymouth and the Tri-County Schools are also being worked on, but are almost complete.