The Huron City Commission approved a payment request for street milling and overlay work. The City of Huron is undertaking two large road construction projects on two major routes. Mayor Dave McGirr says he and some of the Commissioners are getting calls about the work…[audio:http://prprt.itmwpb.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/688/2012/06/roadwork1.mp3|titles=roadwork1]
City Engineer Mike Wever added that a milling machine will be available on June 25th for crews to mill down Ninth Street from Colorado to Frank, before it gets paved. Commissioner Mark Robish says he’s heard from residents about people driving on closed stretches of road…[audio:http://prprt.itmwpb.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/688/2012/06/roadwork2.mp3|titles=roadwork2]
Mayor Dave McGirr says people who live on closed roads are ok to drive in the restricted areas…[audio:http://prprt.itmwpb.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/688/2012/06/roadwork3.mp3|titles=roadwork3]
Commissioner Dale Schneider says he’s heard complaints about why the barricades are up, when work is not being done for days at a time. When work on Ninth is completed near the end of June, crews will move to Frank Avenue.