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5/26/2013 6:00:00 AM
Bank Street construction continues


Mohave County road crews are still working on the widening of Bank Street between Northern and Jagerson avenues.

Crews will also be repairing ditches and maintaining shoulders along Stockton Hill Road in Kingman.

Blade trucks will be active on their regular routes in Golden Valley and Meadview. Crews will also be repairing shoulders and pavement edges on Spencer Way and Stanton, Mohawk and Bright Angel drives.

Workers will also be chip sealing in Rancho Verde Estates and on Griffith Road in Golden Valley.

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Reader Comments

Posted: Wednesday, July 10, 2013
Article comment by: Brian Gaucher

Is there a time frame on Bank st. completion. I see work trucks on Bank st., but no work being done. Are they waiting on the monsoon to wash their mistakes away? I know job security is important, Is there a completion date, or are they waiting for the rains to redo it right.

Posted: Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Article comment by: Been here for 25 years

I was born and raised here in Kingman. And sicne then have lived on a dirt road that we have asked the city if they would pave it. Theres only 2 streets on our side thats not paved. These roads are Evans Street and Rainbow. So should we start a patition to get what we need? Or will it not matter? They roads are bad, especially when it rains and after the rain they dont even come fix it. the neighbors all around do everything. We have owened our home here since i was born and now that i see how bad its getting, i think the city should do something about it. What do you think?

Posted: Monday, May 27, 2013
Article comment by: Thai Mai Shu

From what I understand the "engineers" miscalculated a few things and some of the tests failed inspection so they had to go back in a do some of the work over again.

At least they found out before the paved it.

Posted: Sunday, May 26, 2013
Article comment by: Avg Joe

Still working on the widening of Bank Street between Northern and Jagerson avenues? You're kidding right? Nothing has been done for two months. Typical local road crew work. They never finish what they start. Just watch, Gordon avenue is next to be an driver/home owners inconvience!

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