RURAL WOODBURY RESIDENTS CONCERNED OVER TRUCK TRAFFIC

RURAL WOODBURY RESIDENTS CONCERNED OVER TRUCK TRAFFIC

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SOME RURAL WOODBURY COUNTY RESIDENTS ARE CONCERNED THAT THEIR PROPERTY AND HOMES ARE BEING DAMAGED BY THE HEAVY TRUCK TRAFFIC INVOLVED IN THE EXPANSION OF CF INDUSTRIES BETWEEN SALIX AND SGT. BLUFF.

DALE PATTON LIVES ON ALLISON AVENUE AND EXPRESSED HIS CONCERNS TUESDAY TO WOODBURY COUNTY SUPERVISORS:


OC…AND AN ATTORNEY. ;22

PATTON SAYS THE ROADS ARE IN BAD SHAPE BECAUSE OF THE HEAVY TRAFFIC AND THAT’S LEADING TO OTHER ISSUES WITH NEARBY HOMES:


OC…..TO MY HOUSE. ;11

COUNTY ENGINEER MARK NAHRA SAYS TWO INCHES OF GRAVEL WILL BE ADDED TO ALLISON AVENUE.

240TH STREET COULD ALSO BE EXTENDED TO ALLOW THE TRUCKS TO AVOID THE HOMES ALONG ALLISON, BUT NO COST ANALYSIS HAS BEEN COMPLETED ON THAT PROPOSAL.

NAHRA SAYS OTHER REPAIR WORK TO THE ROADS WILL BE DONE WHEN WEATHER PERMITS.