We live close to a county road and while the county finds it in their heart to apply dust control (calcium chloride) to certain sections of the road, they don't have the funds to apply it to our section. Two years ago, they decided (bless their pointy little heads) to add more gravel every spring, so when the logging trucks go barreling past, the dust is incredible. So we sucked it up and paid (a lot) to have EPA and county approved dust control put down along 1400 feet of road, since breathing is such a necessary evil. We look at it as a cost of living in such a great place. The problem is that it REALLY irritates the people who have to slow down to 5 mph in the 12 -24 hours that it takes to sink in and harden up. The dust control driver was yelled at and given the finger by passers-by and people blare their horns at 4 in the morning to show their displeasure. Last year, someone hit the mailbox with a bat. I could understand this attitude in the city, but Jeez...we're in rural north Idaho! As soon as the stuff hardens up, it make life easier on them too. No dust clouds, no skidding on loose gravel. Whats up with these folks? Does anyone else have this done?