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Hearing to talk about Cardinal Lane project

A public hearing to discuss an improvement project on Cardinal Lane in Alexandria is scheduled for Monday, April 11. It will take place in the city council chambers of the Alexandria City Hall at 7:15 p.m. The council scheduled the hearing at its...

A public hearing to discuss an improvement project on Cardinal Lane in Alexandria is scheduled for Monday, April 11.

It will take place in the city council chambers of the Alexandria City Hall at 7:15 p.m.

The council scheduled the hearing at its Monday meeting. It previously received a feasibility report about the project, which would take place on Cardinal Lane from Latoka Drive and then north about 740 feet.

The project would widen the street to 44 feet and would include curb, gutter, catch basins and storm sewer to handle drainage in the area. It would also involve pavement and driveway repair, and turf restoration.

Residents living along the street requested the city to look into the cost, which, according to the report, would amount to $104,091.

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Eighty percent of the cost, $83,272, would be paid by the property owners along the road, based on the amount of frontage they have on Cardinal Lane. The rest of the cost would be split between the city and LaGrand Township.

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