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Cheney council OKs street work

Six-year, $4.309 million transportation plan would repair 2.8 miles of arterials, 6.14 miles of residential streets


John McCallum

Preservation work on Washington Street from Oakland to Sixth will take place next year.

Cheney's City Council approved the city's six-year, $4.309 million transportation improvement program at its June 26 meeting - an annual event for a plan that fully funded would repair and preserve almost nine miles of streets and arterials through 2024.

"Same program, different year," Public Works Director Todd Ableman told the council.

A little over 3.85 miles is proposed for work over the next two years, beginning with repaving of Washington Street from Oakland to West Sixth streets next year. The city is planning on $552,200 in grant funding to pay for 90 percent of the $614,000 project...

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