Monday, Palo Pinto County commissioners added another component to the County Energy Transportation Reinvestment Zone grant application. Commissioners appointed Lonnie Dixon, Mark Harrington, Tye Jackson, Ernie Lowe and Johnny Wharton to a five-member advisory board. "They will help review roads and prioritize roads for improvements," said County Judge David Nicklas. "You have to have an advisory board for this program." The grant would be for a minimum of $558,000, he added. The program is to assist counties with upgrading and repairing county roads. Commissioners have prioritized 21 roads under the program. The total cost of proposed road repairs would be almost $3.62 million with the state's share being close to $2.9 million. The county would have to pay 20 percent, $723,741. The amount of grant funds available will depend on how many counties apply and the total cost of the applications. County officials have said the amount of the grant will determine how many Palo Pinto County roads will be included. The 21 roads commissioners identified are: Main Street: From FM 52 to Tipton Street, seal coat. Oran Road: From Tipton Street to Rambling Road, seal coat. Davenport Road/Nolan Road: From Nolan to Davenport Road to Ramsey Road, add 8 inches compacted base, one course chip seal due to oil field truck damage. Hohhertz Road: From intersection of FM 108 to Stephens County line, blade road and add additional 3 inches of base. Pleasant Valley/Harrington Road: Pleasant Valley, .5 miles by First Baptist Church/1.5 miles of Harrington from Pleasant Valley south, Pleasant Valley, Spot base repair and chip seal. Harrington Road, lay in base and oil, chip seal. School House Road: From FM 919 west to Tiechman Road (2.01 miles), de-grass, rip bad spots, lay in new base, oil, chip seal. Grassy Ridge Road: From Highway 337 to FM 4, seal coat. Butler Lane: From intersection of Calhoun to 2 miles east, blade road and add additional 3 inches of base. Tack Road: From Highway 281 east to dead end, add 8 inches compacted base, one course chip seal due to oil field truck damage. Fortune Bend Road: Begin 5.5 miles west of intersection FM 4 and Fortune Bend and continue west for 5 miles, build base on road to 4-inch thickness, compacted. Chaney Lane: From FM 4 to Highway 254, seal coat. Robinson Lane: From Highway 16 to dead end, blade road and add additional 3 inches of base. Village Bend Road: From Edmondson Lane 5.51 miles to dead end, 6 inches compacted base, one course chip seal due to oil field traffic and new construction. Palo Pinto Township: All streets within township of Palo Pinto, 5.33 miles, fill cracks, fog seal, repair bridge on Elm Street. Cook Road: From Rambling Road to Jack County line, grade roadway and add 4-inch base layer. Indian Creek/Seybold Road: Begin at curve before Seybold Road, go north for 1.4 miles to part of Seybold Road intersection and through second curve by Mineral Wells Fossil Park. Begin at Indian Creek Road, go 6 miles. Indian Creek, repair and chip seal; Seybold Road, re-base and chip seal. Turpin Road: From FM 4, 3.14 miles to dead end, grade roadway and add 4 inches base layer. Heliport Road: From Rambling Road to Jack County line, grade roadway and add 4-inch base layer. Rambling Road: From Oran Road to Highway 281, grade roadway and add 4-inch base layer. Brannon Lane: From Highway 281, 3.57 miles to Rambling Road, grade roadway and add 4-inch base layer. Old Christian Road: From FM 4 to Rambling Road, grade roadway and add 4-inch base.