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By Samar Fay
Courier Editor 

Talk The Talk To Walk The Walk


Some money remains in local CTEP funding and it has to be used by September, according to the Valley County Commissioners. Glasgow acquired the sidewalk on Cemetery Road and on U.S. 2 to the Cottonwood and to the Valley Event Center through this program.

Now $123,000 in Community Transportation Enhancement Program funds remains, and Commissioner Dave Reinhardt said they want to spend it in other communities. He said sidewalk problems have been identified in Nashua, Hinsdale and Opheim.

Community input is required by the program. A community meeting is scheduled in Hinsdale on Monday, Aug. 26, at 7 p.m. and using CTEP funding for sidewalks is on the Nashua Town Council agenda for their next regular meeting on Sept. 9. A meeting in Opheim is not yet scheduled, Reinhardt said.

Comments may be made to the commissioners by visiting the office or calling 228-6219.


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