ROAD CLOSURES FOR TODAY, 3/13 AND 3/14 There will be NO road closures for today, 3/13 and tomorrow, 3/14.
ROAD CLOSURES FOR 3/13 & 3/14 100th Road from Gray Road to Harper Road will be closed on Friday, March 13th. 80th Road from Hwy. 169 to Elk Road will be closed on Saturday, March 14th
We will be working on the following this week throughout the project: ● Grooming and grading 80th Road from Irving Road to Hwy. 59● Intersection improvements at 60th Road/Lyon Road, 70th Road/Meade Road and 80th Road/Meade Road• Foundation work continues in the northwest section of the project• Work continues on the substation at the intersection of 70th Road and Irving Road
ROAD CLOSURE: Lyon Road from Hwy. 47 to 120th Road will be closed on Saturday, March 7th for most of the day.
We will be working on the following this week throughout the project: ● Grooming and maintaining 80th Road from Elk Road to Harper Road• Foundation work continues in the southwest and northwest sections of the project• Work continues on the substation at the intersection of 70th Road and Irving Road
ROAD CLOSURE CORRECTION: The road closure for Sunday, March 1st will take place on Lyon Road from Hwy 47 south to 100th Road. The previous email indicated the road closure would take place on Lyon Road from Hwy 47 north to 120th Road. We apologize for the confusion.
ROAD CLOSURES FOR THIS WEEKEND, 2/29 AND 3/1: Saturday, February 29th: 90th Road from Ford Road to Gray RoadEast side of intersection of 80th Road and Meade Road (if time permits). Sunday, March 1st: Lyon Road from Hwy. 47 to 120th Road
We will be working on the following this week throughout the project: ● Grooming and maintaining Lyon Road from 50th Road to 60th Road and Ness Road from 50th Road to 60th Road• Foundation work continues north of Hwy 47 and in the western portion of the project• Work cancelled for Monday, February 24th due to the weather
On February 20, 2019, subcontractors working on the Neosho Ridge Wind project accidentally struck a subsurface water line in the course of their normal activities. The incident occurred about one mile west of Galesburg. Troy Smith, a representative of Rural Water District 4, visited the site and confirmed that the line was inaccurately located on water district maps. According to Mr. Smith, “It wasn’t anyone’s fault, the map was incorrect and the line was marked more than 30’ off from where identified. The crew helped out by digging out the line to assist in the repair of which is estimated to be less than $200.00.” The water line has been fully repaired and is back in normal working order. The state has issued a temporary water boil notification as is standard practice when a water line is broken. This notice should be lifted tomorrow.
ROAD CLOSURES: 100TH Road from Irving Road to Jackson Road will be closed on Friday, February 21st 100th Road from Gray Road to Harper Road will be closed on Saturday, February 22nd