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Still no luck with opening Gallatin Street

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By Rich Bauer, Managing Editor

Several parties at Tuesday’s meeting of the Vandalia City Council volunteered to do whatever would be necessary to get the 300 and 400 blocks of Gallatin Street open to traffic while weather prevents work in that area.

But, Mayor Rick Gottman said, it’s of no use – nothing can be done.

“We’re tying to get it open, but it’s not worth it,” Gottman said.

The council learned at its Feb. 1 meeting that it would be charged $3,870.33 each time that the two blocks are opened up while work is delayed because of weather.


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