The Fall Paving contract has been executed with Bluegrass Paving. A date for them to perform that work has not been penciled into the schedule yet, but it will likely occur sometime in October.
KZF, the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet and the City resolved some issues that delayed the bidding of construction for the first phase of our portion of the Riverfront Commons Trail. Bids for construction will go out in October and we will likely accept a construction bid at the November or December Council meeting.
NKADD has submitted the “Goals and Objectives” section of the draft Comprehensive Plan to the committee for final review and comment. Next week the group will either set a date to meet one last time to make any changes, or move straight to scheduling a date for a public hearing so citizens can comment on the report before being finalized.
Hillside slippage on Dayton Pike was fixed this week. The owner of the property has installed some barricades to hold the land back. We will continue to monitor the site to make sure conditions do not deteriorate.
The 270 unit Tapestry project at Manhattan Harbour is in the process of closing and we expect construction to begin pretty rapidly in October.
The City of Dayton is working on the scope with a firm for the Right-of-Way step in the sidewalk bump out project and path along Dayton Pike. We are eager to get this project underway and move into construction this coming spring.
Michael Giffen, City Administrator
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