County to host meeting June 23 about Highway F realignment

road-workKenosha County will be hosting a open-house meeting June 23 on a plan to realign Highway F in Randall.

From a county media release:

Planned realignment construction of the CTH F corridor will be discussed at an open-house meeting scheduled for Thursday, June 23, 2016. Representatives from the consulting firm of Donohue & Associates, Inc., WisDOT and Kenosha County will be available. Construction of the project is scheduled for the spring of 2020. The open-house meeting will be held at the Kenosha County Center located at 19600 75th Street, Bristol, Wisconsin 53104 in the large hearing room from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. The meeting is being held as an open house so the public can attend at their convenience. A brief presentation will be given at 5:30 to discuss parkland impacts. Representatives from the consulting firm of Donohue & Associates, Inc., WisDOT and Kenosha County will be available to answer questions and listen to comments. Proposed improvements include reconstructing CTH F on new alignment from CTH 0 to CTH KD (352nd Avenue). Intersections will be reconfigured throughout the project corridor. The majority of the new corridor is county owned lands. Right of way acquisition will be required. The project is currently in the preliminary design phase. Environmental impacts on surrounding properties are being evaluated including investigations on archaeological and historic sites, hazardous materials, wetlands and stormwater drainage. Coordination has begun with local governments and regulatory agencies such as the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Persons unable to attend the meeting can make their comments known by contacting Timothy Moyer, P.E. , Transportation Engineer at Donohue & Associates, 3311 Weeden Creek Road, Sheboygan, WI 53081, phone (920) 803-7380. Persons with an interest in or knowledge about historical and archaeological resources in the project area are invited to include such information as part of any comments submitted. Note: The Kenosha County Center is wheelchair-accessible. Citizens who are deaf, hard of hearing, blind or speech disabled can use the Wisconsin Telecommunication Relay System (WTRS). Callers can access the relay 24 hours a day by calling the TTY 1-800-947-3529 or by dialing 711.


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