Willard to discuss U.S. 224 project

WILLARD - A committee comprised of council members will meet at 4 p.m. July 12 to further discuss the U.S. 224 street project. The roughly $2.4 million project, which began in the 90s, involves widening all of U.S. 224 to a three-lane highway.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

 

WILLARD - A committee comprised of council members will meet at 4 p.m. July 12 to further discuss the U.S. 224 street project.

The roughly $2.4 million project, which began in the 90s, involves widening all of U.S. 224 to a three-lane highway.

The first phase involved widening the road around Myrtle Avenue, while the second phase picked up on Leonard Street to west of Ohio 103.

During a brief meeting Monday, City Manager Brian Humphress told council the city has hired Jeremy Draper as a new part-time police officer.

Humphress also told council the city made the first cut to be eligible for state funding for the downtown revitalization project.