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Vinton's Street Project begins this week

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Along with spring flowers popping up, you'll see large equipment making the rounds in Vinton. Boomerang Corporation with locations in Hiawatha and Anamosa will begin on the street projects around town. They were the lowest bidders and were awarded the contract back in August.

Give them a wave as they begin their work!

From the Vinton Police adepartment:

NOTICE OF CONSTRUCTION....

1. There will be continued construction on 6th Street. It will start at 2nd Avenue and continue to C Avenue starting 4/5/21 and running roughly through the end of August/beginning of September.

2. There will be continued construction on 9th Street for sewer and water main upgrades this will begin on 6/11/21 and run through the 2nd weekend in September

3. There will be continued construction on10th Street from 1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue for sewer and water main upgrades this will begin on 7/9/21 and run through the last week of August 2021.

4. There will be continued construction on 11th Street from 1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue for sewer and water main upgrades this will begin on 6/4/21 and run through 7/12/21.

5. There will also be continued construction on the streets running on A Avenue for sewer and water main upgrades. This will run from 4/19/21 to 8/6/21.

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Betty Thorsvig April 7, 2021, 1:57 pm Sorry if I sound so negative but the streets and Vinton are atrocious! I live on third Street and there are no sidewalks. And most of the roads in town are nearly undrivable because of all the bumps. Most of them do not have handicap accessibility at the end of the sidewalks. I really hope that this is a city wide project!
Sue Gardner April 9, 2021, 10:40 am Fourth Street going west from C Avenue to the HWY. 218 intersection needs to be the next street to be torn up. That street is pathetic, and it's one of busiest in town. Vinton needs to step it up with their street replacement projects.
Julie Zim April 16, 2021, 11:06 am Sidewalks are a good investment too. They build a sense of community, empower our children, provide free accessibility, improve our health and help preserve our environment. Editor's Note: These are up to the homeowner to replace/repair. There is a program at city hall to help a little with the cost.
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