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IS A WALKWAY THE SOLUTION?
I, too, share concerns regarding the portion of Bright Road between St. Michael’s and Tiffin Avenue, as I live in this segment.
A little history. Before I purchased my house, Bright Road was Hancock County 95, a two-lane country road. After I came, Tiffin Avenue was widened to five lanes, replete with curbs, gutters, catch basins and sidewalks.
Stores were built on the south side and the storm sewers drained to Rush Creek via a flow-averaging detention basin. The rest, including a portion of the Lowe’s parking lot, is directed to Rush Creek without benefit of detention facilities.
The city of Findlay maintains the sanitary sewer, filtered domestic potable water, and storm sewage piping located under Bright Road. The city digs for repairs to these facilities and fixes the pavement. The city also clears the snow from this portion of Bright Road.
Trucking on Bright Road had been limited to local deliveries, but is now unrestricted as to destination, weight and speed.
I have looked at what I would be faced with were I required to provide a maintainable sidewalk so that snow could be removed without interfering with city clearing operations on ... More Letters for this date...
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