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By Dena Martin
The Times 

Waitsburg Approves 2018 Budget

Continued infrastructure improvements are planned

 

January 4, 2018

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Sidewalk along the Waitsburg Elementary School playground was replaced in August. Sidewalk installation and replacement, largely funded by grants, has been an ongoing project to improve the city's walkability.

WAITSBURG – Mayor Marty Dunn called 2017 "one of the busiest years on record" and says the City of Waitsburg can look forward to continued infrastructure improvements in 2018, with planning into 2019. To make that happen, the city council approved a $2.17 million budget for 2018 at their Dec. 20 regular council meeting.

Accomplishments for 2017 include filling several long sections of sidewalk gaps to improve the city's walkability, relining a failing storm drain on Main Street to complete the full rehab of that storm drain system and resurfacing Main Street from 1st to 8th streets, which...



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