Monday, September 24, 2018
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Paving in northeast part of Gothenburg still on agenda

Council discusses costs for two locations.

As the city grows in a northeasterly direction, paving becomes part of the infrastructure.

For several years, the Gothenburg City Council has talked about paving 24th Street Place (a cul-de-sac), portions of Avenue J and other graveled streets.

At their meeting April 5, city engineer Travis Mason of Miller & Associates Consulting Engineers of Kearney presented estimated costs for three projects.











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