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Is wider street better? ODOT permits 37-foot width, Wapak City Council to make final decision

October 8, 2013

Mayor Rodney Metz

With Wapakoneta city administrators officially receiving word Thursday from Ohio Department of Transportation officials, Wapakoneta City Council now has the power to decide if a section of West Auglaize Street to be reconstructed in 2014 will be 37 feet or 39 feet wide.

During his report to councilors, Mayor Rodney Metz announced he received a letter Thursday permitting the shorter width. City officials designed the street to be 39 feet wide, meeting requirements councilors cited as being imposed by ODOT engineers.

For more on the width of West Auglaize Street, read Tuesday's edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News or call to subscribe today by calling 419-738-2128.

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