Levy County will be putting its dragline
up for sale, preferring to use another piece of
equipment to mine and load limestone from
the Gulf Hammock Pit for road construction.
The Board of Commissioners on Tuesday
approved the sale at the request of Road
Department Administrative Superintendent
Bruce Greenlee. who said the dragline is no
longer needed for the county's limerock mining
operation. "We can only mine to 30 feet
and we need to get rid of this," he said.
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