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Last summer, county Road Supervisor Carl Henry was spending $150 just to fill up his personal pickup truck. And the diesel trucks his road department crew drove were chowing down on $5 a gallon diesel fuel.
So he does not need grief counseling over gasoline prices that have seemed to be in free fall the last several months.
“It's tickling me to death to spend, what, half what I did before,” Henry said.
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