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Construction Update STH 20: Hello,   Work is now in full swing as the old concrete road is removed and the excavation work began. The project will continue the road excavation and stone placement for the foreseeable future with storm sewer work ongoing as well. Attached are some pictures of the progress from this week.     Traffic: Access to Dollar General is available by using the median opening by McDonald’s/Shell and using the WIS 20 EB lanes to get to their driveway.   This Week: Finished removing the old concrete road (material is being recycled and reused in the new road way after crushing). Began roadway excavation followed by rock placement Began storm sewer installation on east end   Next Week: Continue storm sewer installation Continue roadway excavation and stone placement   Future Work (2 weeks+) Not much to add here yet, we will be installing storm sewer, and grading for the foreseeable future.   If you do not want to receive these updates, please let me know and I can remove you from the distribution list. Also, WisDOT has a project website set up for information that is more general than this email but could be useful if needed.   Thanks,   Brad

Highway 20 Rehabilitation Public Informational Meeting

Highway 20 Rehabilitation Project Public Information Meeting – Tuesday, July 25 at 6:30 pm at Village Hall, 2015 Energy Dr. The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) is hosting a public involvement meeting to discuss the scope and schedule of the WIS 20 project in Walworth County. The 2023 portion of the project is located on WIS 20 between County L and Thomas Drive in the Village of East Troy. The public is encouraged to attend the meeting and provide valuable input. Maps and other materials describing the project will be on display, and WisDOT representatives will be available to discuss the project on an individual basis. Comment forms will be available for everyone to provide their thoughts and comments.
The meeting facility is wheelchair accessible. Deaf or hard of hearing persons needing assistance may contact Amy Taetsch, WisDOT Project Manager, via the Wisconsin Telecommunication Relay System (dial 711). To allow time for arranging assistance, please call no later than three working days prior to the meeting.
For additional information about the proposed improvements, please contact WisDOT project manager,
Amy Taetsch at (414) 750-4708, [email protected] or visit