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December 23, 2012

GIS update delayed for Jeffersonville

Masterplan of projects requested

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JEFFERSONVILLE — Industrial Parkway improvements

A request for a geotechnical engineering study requested by Josh Hillman, engineer with Jacobi, Toombs and Lanz Inc., was unanimously approved at Thursday’s meeting.

Hillman explained the request would allow an engineering firm to take core samples of the road, which is just south of research drive in the Jeffersonville industrial park, to determine what needs to be done to improve it.

“Before we can really make a valuable cost estimate of what those improvements would do or what they would be, we would like to know what the pavement structure is,” Hillman said. “The ultimate project would be an overlay or a pavement section that will beef it up to make it industrial strength.”

The geotechnical engineering study is estimated to cost $2,275.

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