You may not be able to put a price on safety but county commissioners say a project with a price tag of nearly $500-thousand will help make one local road safer. They approved the deal today.
The money will pay for the second phase of an improvement project on I road between 24 and 26 roads.
County officials say the hills in the area block drivers' views of intersections and driveways.
They say the project will take about three months.