County plans $9 million in road projects for 2018 and 2019

Calhoun County Engineer Zac Andersen laid out about $9 million in road projects for the next two construction seasons for the Board of Supervisors April 11.

The vast majority of funding for those projects, which include an estimated $4.6 million resurfacing project on old U.S. 20, from Rockwell City to the Webster County line, will come from federal and state sources, with some matching county funds.

For this year, the big projects include replacing bridges on D36, as the former highway is now known.

“We’re trying to get these bridges back in shape before we get to the paving,” Andersen said.

Read more in the April 19 edition.