Since Quay County spent about $223,700 less on road work than anticipated, the county commission decided Monday to move the unspent money into a road equipment fund for capital spending.
The resolution was one of three the Commission approved.
The commissioners also voted unanimously for a resolution adding nearly $62,800 to the county’s road department fund for Fiscal 2014, which begins July 1, to take advantage of changes in state funding formulas, according to County Manager Richard Primrose.
In addition, the commission added $8,530 from donations to the its wildlife services funds, largely to fund the county’s role in opposing the listing of the Lesser Prairie Chicken as either a threatened or endangered species.
The commission also signed a contract with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife for $33,500 to cover services related to feral hog and other animal control services.
Money moved to road equipment fund