Will Stow City Council approve spending an additional $60,000 on the tonight?
“This will be our second amendment to the original ordinance that was passed back in 2009,” Kosco said Monday. “Specifically what ODOT is asking for is a alternative matrix be created ... and what that means is the consultant for the cities would put together a matrix or a presentation [explaining] why we’re widening on one particular side of the road versus another side.”
Basically, ODOT wants to know why land would be taken from one side of the road and not the other.
The Akron Beacon Journal reports that "Kosco said the requirement from ODOT is a result of public outcry and tension over the project." Read the full story on www.ohio.com here.