Behind the road work
Parts of Fifth Avenue South, the busiest street in Fort Dodge, were a maze of orange road cones for much of the last three years as workers turned it into the city's rejuvenated Corridor of Commerce.Full Story
#1 Oct 10, 2011
Fort Dodge spent way to much money on 5th. Look at all of the new lights and look at how close they are. The fences, the colored bricks or whatever they are on the street corners, and the bricks the are on the road that keep sinking down and having to get rebuilt every 6 months. Just wait till Winter. Those bricks will come up and get scraped away away by snowplows. The dunbest idea the Fort dodge leaders have ever came up with our streets. Guess they missed the part of their schooling where ice expands and heaves whatever is above it up.
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