North Platte holds public hearing for one and six year road plan
NORTH PATTE, Neb. (Nebraska) — The City of North Platte held its annual and six-year street plan public hearing Thursday evening.
The asphalt overlays will be conducted in the summer of 2023 in conjunction with a state highway project on Jeffers Street. However, the conversation at the public hearing focused more on the projects expected in the summer of 2024.
“9th Street and Golden Road will be more numerous in the 2024 period,” said Brent Burklund, engineer for North Platte City. “A couple of others will be a little more development dependent on the schedule because it’s more developer timing on Indian Meadows and Twin Rivers Business Park.”
Nebraska state charter requires the City of North Platte to hold public hearings for one-year and six-year road plans.
“It’s tied to a portion of our state funding, but it’s a requirement by law for us to have a one-year and six-year hearing every year for the public,” said North Platte City Administrator Layne Groseth. “It’s an opportunity for the public to have a say and we can show the public what we’re doing with the road plan.”
The bout was live streamed on the City of North Platte YouTube page, a link is provided below.
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