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Larimer Flood Recovery: Additional 1-Page Reconstruction Update Issued

Department: Board of County Commissioners
Release Date: Jul 25, 2014

Contact Information:

Erin Mihlbachler, Larimer County Engineering, 970-498-5732,
emihlbachler@larimer.org
FROM: Deni La Rue, Community Information Manager, (970) 498-7150, dlarue@larimer.org

A fifth one-page Reconstruction Update, County Road 44H,  has been produced by Larimer County Engineering to update residents about the section of Buckhorn Road (County Road 44H) that extends westward from the intersection of Stove Prairie Road and generally parallels Buckhorn Creek. on the Larimer County Engineering page at: http://larimer.org/engineering/ and the Larimer County Flood Recovery page, http://larimer.org/flooding2013/, under Roads and Construction. The latest Reconstruction Update is located

 
 
Larimer County Engineering created the newsletter-like product for road and bridge reconstruction and repair projects in flood- impacted areas.  The newsletters will assist residents that live near or have property on the roads and bridges being reconstructed or repaired in understanding the timelines of when construction begins and ends and what kind of work is being done.
 
Erin Mihlbachler, Larimer County Engineering, says some of the Updates provide additional important information, “Dates, such as when construction bids are going out or when a project will be finished with the design process are included when available. We’re using a variety of way s to get the Reconstruction Updates to area residents and fire departments/districts. Larimer County wants to provide people with important information for their areas and believes the Reconstruction Updates will assist with that.”
 
Please Note - We would like to notify you that a change has been made to correct an error in the ‘Drake to Glen Haven Reconstruction Update’ newsletter.  The letter said that Larimer County Engineering anticipates construction being completed in the fall of 2016, when it should read fall of 2015.
The other three Reconstruction Updates, also located on the web sites, are for: Pine Wood Springs, Big Elk Meadows, and, Buckhorn Canyon Road.
 
 
 
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