I got this press release in my email today. If you read my previous posts about the subject then you already know the facts. I find it funny that all of a sudden the city engineers DON'T have a design plan. It seems that they had one back in 2004 when they applied for the funds...
Sorry, I must not be bias and only present the facts.... this is going to be a fun meeting!
Public Meeting to Be Held on Intersection Modifications
Release Date: Wednesday, February 8, 2006
Contact: Keith Steeber, Division of Civil Engineering, 937-333-3840
On Thursday, February 23, there will be a public meeting regarding modifications to the intersections of Wayne Avenue and Stewart Street and Wayne and Wilmington Avenues. The meeting will begin at 6:00 p.m. at 10 Wilmington Place.
In March of 2005, the City of Dayton received a commitment for Federal Surface Transportation Program (STP) funding in the amount of $1,232,000 to be used for construction. The City Commission passed legislation in October of 2005 to make improvements to these intersections. Construction will not occur until 2009.
The purpose of this public meeting is to solicit input from citizens who live in the area as well as anyone who uses these intersections regularly. The public input session kicks off the design phase of this multi-year project. Everyone is encouraged to attend and voice their opinions to ensure the best possible functioning of these major intersections for the years to come.
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