4th Street turnback project
Though last week’s ribbon cutting ceremony recognized completion of the 4th Street turnback project, the Rush City Council on Aug. 13 acknowledged a “punch list” of jobs that have yet to be completed or corrected before they can officially accept it. The list includes grading on Co. Rd. 30 sho...Read More
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By Jon Tatting By the time the county fair begins this week, 4th Street should be serviceable to traffic as the final lift or layering of blacktop can wait until the festival is over. Meanwhile, fairgoers are directed to park along Fairfield Avenue where the main entrance is located. City engineer B...Read More
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By Victoria Dahlin— The Rush City Council on June 11 learned progress continues to be made on the 4th Street turnback project. Upcoming work includes: Curb and gutter is scheduled to start on 4th Street from Irving Avenue to Fairfield Avenue on Thursday, June 14. Sidewalk is being installed betwee...Read More
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By Jon Tatting— A ribbon-cutting celebration to mark the completion of Rush City’s 4th Street turnback project will be part of Community Appreciation Night festivities on Aug. 9 at the city park. The news and more were addressed at the city council meeting on May 29, which was rescheduled due to...Read More
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Those interested in learning more about the 4th Street turnback project in Rush City can attend an open house set for Wednesday, March 1 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Rush City High School library. This year’s phase should begin March 5 and be completed in August. Road work will start between Field and ...Read More
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By Jon Tatting— Though the Rush City Council got some answers on the 800 MHz radio system upgrade, it’s the cost involved in the county’s user agreement that remains a concern. Following a question and answer discussion with chief members of the sheriff’s office, councilors on Feb. 13 ended ...Read More
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