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"It's crazy," said Lynnwood public works ...
"It's crazy," said Lynnwood public works director Jeff Elekes.
Gulches and bogs are common across Western Washington and the logs probably were bridges over the soft, wet spots in the road, Elekes
believes the logs were put down alongside tree stumps and then covered over with dirt and rocks.
Sections of the logs are being cut out to make way for the pipes, but most of timbers will remain as they are under the street, Elekes
This milestone marks the project as ...
This milestone marks the project as 75 percent complete, according to Jeff Elekes, public works deputy director and city engineer for Lynnwood.
Still to come is interior connection work, paving of the deck, adding handrails, installing lighting and grading work.
The construction will bridge a missing link in the Interurban Trail across 44th Avenue West in Lynnwood’s city center.
Currently, users of the trail are routed through a labyrinth of crosswalks and sidewalks.
“This will make (the trail) its own corridor again,” Elekes
In addition to street maintenance, it's ...
In addition to street maintenance, it's also time to look at long-term transportation needs, said Jeff Elekes, the deputy public works director and city engineer.
"The city has determined that it has insufficient funding for routine maintenance, street overlays, those kinds of things," he
After the survey and three public meetings, city officials will decide whether to float two separate tax measures, Elekes
If you have any questions regarding ...
If you have any questions regarding the project, please contact Jeff Elekes, Deputy Public Works Director/City Engineer at 425-670-5205 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Brian Delp, City of Lynnwood Resident Engineer at 425-670-5224.
The $3.9 million project, funded by ...
The $3.9 million project, funded by the city along with $2.5 million in federal and state grants, is expected to be completed by late summer, said deputy public works director Jeff Elekes.