Road update meeting planned for Thursday evening


By Randa Wagner - rwagner@civitasmedia.com



This was the scene in August when Asst. Morrow County Engineer Bart Dennison held a ‘Town Hall Meeting” to go over county road conditions and his plan to make roads passable again. Another meeting will be held this Thursday evening, November 19, to update residents on what has been accomplished, plus plans for 2016 and beyond. // Sentinel Photo | Randa Wagner


As promised by Asst. Morrow County Engineer Bart Dennison last Spring, a public meeting is planned to update residents on road repair progress in the county.

Scheduled for 7:00 pm in the Community Services Building’s conference room, Dennison said the current state of our road conditions in Morrow County will be the subject of a “Town Hall Meeting” on November 19.

Morrow County Commissioner Dick Miller said the plan for roadwork in 2016 will be discussed as well as five years out based on current funding.

“This is a follow up to the meeting we held on August 6th, 2015,” Dennison explained. “The main point of this public meeting is to recap the 2015 construction season and lay out plans for the future. The future is bright in Morrow County and we encourage all citizens to attend.”

Reach Randa Wagner at 419-946-3010, ext. 1803 or on Twitter@MorrCoSentinel.

This was the scene in August when Asst. Morrow County Engineer Bart Dennison held a ‘Town Hall Meeting” to go over county road conditions and his plan to make roads passable again. Another meeting will be held this Thursday evening, November 19, to update residents on what has been accomplished, plus plans for 2016 and beyond. // Sentinel Photo | Randa Wagner
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/29/2015/11/web1_AugRoadMtg.jpgThis was the scene in August when Asst. Morrow County Engineer Bart Dennison held a ‘Town Hall Meeting” to go over county road conditions and his plan to make roads passable again. Another meeting will be held this Thursday evening, November 19, to update residents on what has been accomplished, plus plans for 2016 and beyond. // Sentinel Photo | Randa Wagner

By Randa Wagner

rwagner@civitasmedia.com