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Re-1 OKs sidewalk on Four Mile Road

The Roaring Fork School District board members agreed this week to let the city build a sidewalk on district property at Four Mile Road.Board members didn’t agree on how close the sidewalk, which will be part of the new T-intersection, should be to the street.Initially the board was concerned about student safety.Bruce Wampler, board director, suggested building an entry point from the school instead of building a sidewalk.An entry point to the school without a sidewalk creates zoning issues, said Brad Zeigel, board treasurer. The board is also concerned about drainage.Exactly how drainage and runoff from the intersection will affect the district’s property will be discussed at a meeting with the city and district in early August.Exactly how drainage and runoff from the intersection will affect the district’s property will be discussed at a meeting with the city and district in early August.


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