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Chelan County is calling for bids on the West Cashmere Bridge Replacement Project, the largest project the county’s road department has ever undertaken, said County Commissioner Bob Bugert. The $25.5 million project will replace the West Cashmere Bridge, commonly called the Goodwin Road Bridge, with the bridge closing to all traffic beginning sometime in March. Bids…

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Following the weekend’s flash flooding and debris flows, Wenatchee Mayor Frank Kuntz joins us to talk about stormwater issues in the city and county. Kuntz also talks road and parks construction this summer and North Wenatchee Ave. redevelopment planning.

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As the saying goes, if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. It was originally a maxim that gained popularity in the early part of the 19th century to encourage American schoolchildren to do their homework. These days the saying is befitting to efforts towards relieving traffic congestion in Wenatchee, as Marcus Bellissimo reports.

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Rob Jammerman is the City of Wenatchee’s Public Works Director. He swung by the KOHO studios this morning to talk about chip-seal pavement preservation taking place across several main streets this summer, a re-configuring of Mission Street’s left-hand lane at Spokane Street for better pedestrian access, expanding the parking lot at Linden Tree Park and…

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Work by the city of Wenatchee starts today on its 2019 Pavement Preservation Project. Crews will begin by removing current striping and symbols from the streets, then lay down the chip seal pavement. Old striping must be removed to so that the chip seal adheres to the underlying pavement, said Jake Lewing, project engineer for…

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The City of Wenatchee’s Public Works Department plans to pave more than 15 miles of roads this summer with chip sealing. Jake Lewing, a project engineer for the City, said it’s part of their preservation program, using the cheaper chip seal to keep roads in driveable conditions for another five to ten years.

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