|Perrysburg Twp. joins traffic study|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Saturday, 05 October 2013 08:59|
Perrysburg Township will pay for an equal share of a joint traffic study of the intersection near Penta Career Center.
On Wednesday, trustees approved spending $11,691, 20 percent of the roughly $58,000 cost, for an engineering study of the intersection of Buck and Lime City roads. Equal shares will be contributed by Penta, Rossford, the Wood County Engineer and the Rossford Transportation Improvement District board.
The study will evaluate options for the intersection and how it would work with an entrance and exit to Penta.
"I think it's great that Penta, being a landowner, is also a participant, because they have a very vested interest" in the intersection, said Trustee Bob Mack. "They're stepping up to the table."
Alternatives will be prepared with cost estimates. Township Administrator Walt Celley said about $5 million for the project is available through the Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments.
"Whatever the local share ends up, we will have to agree amongst the five how it's going to be divided," Celley said.
Trustees also approved up to $60,000 in server, networking and computer upgrades.
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