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Clarification On Marysville Tennis Court Project

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A clarification on the tennis court project in the Marysville City Park. The city council at their last meeting authorized moving forward with engineering work on construction of eight tennis courts, putting out a proposal for engineering work, which would involve site assessment and soil testing where the courts are currently located to determine if room exists for two additional ... Read More »

Expect Delays On Highway 36 In Nemaha & Brown Counties

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Traffic will be reduced to one lane, with a traffic signal operating on each of four bridges on US Highway 36 in Nemaha and Brown counties for construction work. Traffic may be delayed as a result for the duration of the project, with expected completion in mid-November. Read More »

Resurfacing Project Underway On K-9, K-99 & K-87 in Marshall County

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Road construction in Marshall County began this week on a resurfacing project on K-9, K-99, and K-87. Work began on K-9 west of Frankfort. K-87 and K-99 work will follow. Traffic through the construction zone is being flagged, with a pilot car. Completion is not expected until early October. Kansas Department of Transportation has the route outline on their website. Read More »

Reminder: Road Construction To Begin Today on K-99 Highway

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Beginning today, weather permitting, a resurfacing project will begin on a 21.64-mile stretch of K-99 from the U.S. 24 junction north to the north K-16 junction in Pottawatomie County. Project work includes a 1-inch surface mill and 1-inch asphalt overlay on mainline lanes. Work will take place during daylight hours, Monday through Friday, with some occasional Saturday work. The work ... Read More »

K-99 Resurfacing Project to Begin in Pottawatomie County

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On Monday, June 10, weather permitting, a resurfacing project will begin on a 21.64-mile stretch of K-99 from the U.S. 24 junction north to the north K-16 junction in Pottawatomie County. Project work includes a 1-inch surface mill and 1-inch asphalt overlay on mainline lanes. Work will take place during daylight hours, Monday through Friday, with some occasional Saturday work. The work will be ... Read More »

Highway 77 Road Work delayed to this week

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Due to weather delays last week, the U.S. 77 resurfacing project did not begin work until Monday, May 6. Crews are beginning resurfacing work in the middle of the nearly 12-mile project and moving north to the Kansas/Nebraska state line then heading back south. Read More »

Road work on U.S. 77 to begin May 1

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On Wednesday, May 1, weather permitting, a resurfacing project will begin on 11.86 miles of U.S. 77 from the U.S. 36/U.S. 77 junction west of Marysville to the Kansas/Nebraska state line in Marshall County. Project work includes a 2-inch surface recycle followed by an asphalt seal on all mainline lanes. Work will take place during daylight hours, Monday through Friday, ... Read More »

Work to begin on K-233 soon

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With a chance of rain and snow here early in the week, the start of the resurfacing project from the U.S. 77/K-233 Junction east to the city limits of Oketo may be put on hold, but was scheduled to begin this week. Work to be done includes a 2 inch asphalt overlay and the addition of 3-foot rock edge wedge shoulders. Drivers ... Read More »

This is National Work Zone Awareness Week

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A FEW KANSAS WORK ZONE FACTS FOR YOU –Nearly 90 percent of the people who are injured or killed in work zone crashes are motorists. Of the eight people killed in work zone crashes in Kansas in 2012, one was a highway worker who worked for a construction company, one was a pedestrian and six were motorists. Most of the ... Read More »

Marysville City Council Notes 4-8-2013

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Marysville City Council met for their first of the month meeting Monday night, with it being the final council meeting for 4 of them, Bud Schuette, Bob Shipman, Charles Schwindamann, and Liz Doll.  Among items discussed, the water tower project was put on hold and all bids were rejected so that the council could have more time to work on ... Read More »