Town, county work to restore Fish Cre...

Town, county work to restore Fish Creek Road in Estes Park

There are 2 comments on the Estes Park Trail-Gazette story from Nov 7, 2013, titled Town, county work to restore Fish Creek Road in Estes Park. In it, Estes Park Trail-Gazette reports that:

An earth mover hauls away another load of material removed from Lake Estes. The material, much of which was washed into the lake during the mid-September flooding, will be used to rebuild roads damaged and destroyed in the flooding, including Fish Creek Road.

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Fort Collins, CO

#1 Nov 8, 2013
It would also be good if the town fills in some of the deeply eroded sections along the side of roads such as the bypass, before the road starts (continues) to crumble into the voids, or someone drives into one when they eventually get covered with snow. We're not talking major construction or something that will take a lot of time - just a quick repair to prevent future damage.

Denver, CO

#3 Nov 27, 2013
Why is it taking so long. Those people that live on Fish Creek Road must be devastated.

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