See larger Lee commissioners on Monday discussed an impact fee on mines to help pay for the damage they do to Corkscrew Road. Corkscrew is the most heavily traveled road in the county for mine vehicles. The county tried to adopt such a fee in 2002 but backed off because of legal questions.

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Lee commissioners on Monday discussed an impact fee on mines to help pay for the damage they do to Corkscrew Road. Corkscrew is the most heavily traveled road in the county for mine vehicles. The county tried to adopt such a fee in 2002 but backed off because of legal questions.

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