Falls City Council approves street plan

(KLZA)-- Falls City Council members approved the One and Six Year Street Improvement Plan for 2024 - 2029 when they met Monday evening.

The Board of Public Works conducted a public hearing on the list of proposed projects earlier this month.

The One Year Plan calls for nine projects in 2024 including approximately 20 blocks of paving with the City's share of the total cost at $1,975,000.

The Six Year Plan includes eight project through 2029 including approximately 30 blocks of street paving at an estimated cost of $3,933,000, bringing the total estimated cost of the One and Six Year Street Plan to $5,908,000.

In other business the Council approved execution of a revised wholesale water purchase contract for Rural Water District #2 for their line running to Indian Cave State Park.

There will be no change in the rates for the sale of water. The change in language will allow the Rural Water District to access some federal grant funds.

The appointment of Jack Weaver to the Falls City Airport Authority was also approved. Weaver will fill the unexpired term of Ed O'Grady, who resigned from the Board. Weaver will serve the remainder of the term through December 31, 2024.

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