October 27, 2010 in The Daily Republic
The Davison County commissioners gave their approval Tuesday to a joint city-county plan to pave a one-mile stretch of Ohlman Street before the snow flies.
The commissioners unanimously committed the county to pay one-third of the cost of rebuilding and paving Ohlman from West Eighth Street to Cemetery Road. The road is one of the worst in Mitchell and has been a source of controversy for years. Lately, it has been in especially poor shape. Continue Reading
October 1, 2010 in The Daily Republic
Mitchell Mayor Lou Sebert says he wants action on a rough section of Ohlman Street on the city’s western edge.
“I think the city and county should get together and get it done,” Sebert said this week. Finding the money to do the job, however, is another matter. Continue Reading
August 9, 2010 in The Daily Republic
Reviews on the grinding of Ohlman Street by county road crews were swift in coming Friday, the gist of comments being that the quarter-mile section is still, well, rough.
County Commissioner John Claggett said he fielded complaints early Friday about the road and found it rough when he drove it himself. He said he would bring the road’s condition to the attention of Highway Superintendent Rusty Weinberg. Continue Reading