By Patric Hedlund
“We listened,” is the short message lead engineer Robert Blume most wanted to convey to those attending the public information meetings in Neenach and Antelope Acres on May 2 and 4. The subject was the proposed Northwest 138 Corridor Improvement Project between Interstate 5 and State Route 14.
A year earlier…(please see below to view full stories and photographs)
Residents flocked to the May 2 Open House at Grace Chapel to review the updated engineering alternatives.
Nursing student Amanda Anderson has lived in the the Neenach area for 22 years and has been in a bad accident. She thinks the improvements can make SR-138 safer.
Some of the proposals included loops around Neenach and Antelope Acres (above) to avoid major changes to residents’ properties.
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This is part of the May 15, 2015 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.
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