Mid-July is peak paving season in Ohio. Most road crews are laying asphalt or pouring concrete. But in Coshocton County, on some roads less traveled, the county engineer allows some formerly paved roads to return to gravel surfaces. WOSU's Tom Borgerding reports the return of some gravel roads is a response to declining revenues for road repairs.
"I could just list off a lot of roads that really need some tender care for them."