Streets are a concern for city
November 14, 2018
While the city has done great things with streets like Hitching Post and Second South, a lot more work remains according to Mark Westenskow, director of public works for the city.
Westenskow said the city is wrapping up its sixth-penny tax funded streets projects next year with work on Knotty Pine, Evans and part of Railroad Avenue. The improvement tax was passed in 2012, with the city working on East Teton Boulevard first. Westenskow said the tax allowed the city to address pavement problems with specific streets during the downturn in city funding. The tax has paid for the last five years...