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www.columbustelegram.com, 1 June 2008 [cached]
Platte County Highway Superintendent Fred Liss said his department is concentrating on areas that were damaged by the first of the flooding last week.
"At this point we're still working on areas damaged by the first flood," Liss
www.plattecounty.net, 9 Jan 2014 [cached]
"I know I saw a lot ...
www.columbustelegram.com, 1 Dec 2008 [cached]
"I know I saw a lot of cars in the ditches on the way over from Columbus to Platte Center," said Platte County Highway Superintendent Fred Liss from the county shop about 7:30 a.m. today.
County crews were out clearing highways at 5 a.m., he said.
"We're spreading salt and moving snow," Liss
"The guys are concentrating on the county's hard-surface roads right now."
"We'll just wait and see what the winds do the rest of the day," Liss
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Fred Liss, Platte County ...
www.columbustelegram.com, 1 April 2008 [cached]
Fred Liss, Platte County highway superintendent, said the request stemmed from the Nebraska Department of Roads' and Union Pacific Railroad's requirement that an adjacent crossing be closed within one mile of the structure to qualify for funding.
The number of vehicles that use the East 29th Avenue crossing far exceeds the amount required to qualify for a viaduct with funding assistance from the state and railroad, Liss
said, and that is the reason the county is pursuing this project.
The county is approaching the city for "participation because East 14th Avenue is under the control of the city," he
said, and "the only options (for crossing closure) are East 14th Avenue and East 44th Avenue" south of Behlen Manufacturing Co.Liss
said from the board's perspective the logical choice is East 14th Avenue.
said there is nothing in the county's one- or six-year plan to accommodate for Eighth Street improvements.
Councilman Joe Held said he
understood it would be up to the county board if they wanted to close the crossing at East 44th Avenue, but if he
choice that would be his
said in order for the county to move forward promptly with the project "we need to come to (Nebraska Department of Roads) with an interlocal agreement if it is going to be east 14th Avenue" that will be closed.