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Yes. It is anticipated drainage improvements along Grimes and Anna Streets will have a positive effect on the entire area.
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While Wheeler Street is on the list of concerns, it is not scheduled for immediate improvements.
Yes. South Front Street is scheduled for improvements during 2018. However, the annual reevaluation of streets and budgets may dictate otherwise.
Yes, designs are underway to create a public street. The road is currently a private drive. A community improvement district (CID) will be established to assist with funding for the project. Once reconstructed, the road will become a City street named Plaza East Place.
Grimes Street is currently being designed. However, drainage issues have complicated the process.
Yes. Plans for Grimes Street include a total reconstruction.
While West Euclid Street is on the list of concerns, it is not scheduled for immediate improvements.
A short section along Woodside Street in front of the Law Enforcement Center will be reconstructed during the later part of 2017.
The City is monitoring Northview Road closely. The new Mohawk Road interchange will require Northview Road to be widened and rehabilitated. The project will be a priority but will be very expensive to complete.
While Hulse Street is on the list of concerns, it is not scheduled for immediate improvements.
While Myers Street is on the list of concerns, it is not scheduled for immediate improvements.
The City is considering reconstruction on both East Lakeside Drive and West Lakeside Drive.
When improvements are made in the area of the Avenue A and Maxwell intersection, it is likely the road will be widened to include a turning lane.