If you live on a unpaved road in Lubbock county, it just got easier to get it paved.
Lubbock County commissioners Wednesday unanimously approved the Lubbock County Road Improvement Donation Policy.
Commissioners say they don't have enough state funds to maintain roads and pave residential roads. But under this new donation policy, residents can pay to have their road improved.
Tonight at six, NewsChannel 11 speaks with some Shallowater residents who are already in the process of working to get their road paved.
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