Forum staff reports, Published February 04 2011
Fargo sets public input meeting on proposed improvements to 25th Street SouthFARGO – Fargo has scheduled a public input meeting Tuesday to receive comments on issues and potential improvements along 25th Street South.
The proposed improvements are from 17th Avenue South to 24th Avenue. The project could be constructed in 2014, with the intent of providing a higher level of service for the next 25 years.
Fargo officials, along with the North Dakota Department of Transportation, Metropolitan Council of Governments and Houston Engineering will be on hand for the discussion.
The meeting is set from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., with a presentation beginning at 6, in Lewis and Clark Elementary School, 1729 16th St. S.
Those unable to attend can submit written statements until Feb. 23 to Richard Gunderson, Houston Engineering, 1401 21st Ave. N., Fargo, or by e-mailing email@example.com with “25th Street Public Input Meeting” in the subject heading.