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Cheney council approves six-year transportation plan

City lists 8.62 miles of street work, estimated at $1.76 million, is needed


The Cheney City Council unanimously adopted the city’s six-year transportation plan at its June 27 meeting, providing a list of projects the city hopes to accomplish between 2018 – 2023. The document also enables the city to apply for grant funding for those projects, something the city has been successful with in the past and would seek more funding in the future, Public Works Director Todd Ableman said.

The plan calls for $1.76 million in residential street work, with $258,000 planned for grant matching funds from the city. Arterial street projects are projected at $2.32 million.


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