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City OKs $110,800 Ridgeway rehab project

By Leah Wankum/Richmond News Editor

Ridgeway Drive is getting completely redone to fix storm water drainage issues.

The Richmond City Council unanimously agreed at its Tuesday meeting to begin a $110,800 project to repave and re-engineer Ridgeway Drive, which would remove the “duck ponds” that occur after heavy rainfall.

Mike Milius with Olsson & Associates presented the engineering firm’s findings after studying Ridgeway Drive. After describing the roadway conditions and flooding problems, Milius presented the city council with three solutions, ranging from selective repairs that would cost $26,600 to the priciest plan of $110,800, which completely resurfaces the road.

The complete story is in the Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017 Richmond News.

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