09/21/11 The road work signs blocking Pioneer Dr. were only down for seconds Tuesday afternoon before the first few cars ventured onto the road. City and county officials met to officially open the road, which runs between U.S. 30 and Lincoln Highway. The project also included work on Jim Neu Dr.
“The county would like to thank the city for helping us get this roadwork done,” said county commissioner Kevin Overmyer. He also thanked GE Marshall, Neal Haeck with the county highway department, the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT), and DLZ Engineering.
Overmyer also said that he appreciates local businesses cooperation with the project.
“We appreciate the patience (businesses) have had with the county,” said Overmyer.
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1: Neal Haeck, county highway department; Dan Corbin, Indiana Department of Transportation; Jack Roose, county commissioner; Kevin Overmyer, county commissioner; Greg Compton, county commissioner; and Todd Gosc, Rieth Riley.
2: Mike Delp, city councilman; Dan Corbin, Indiana Department of Transportation; Mayor Mark Senter; Chuck Ripley, city councilman; Don Ecker, Plymouth redevelopment commission; Jim Vinall, Plymouth Chamber of Commerce.
3: Joe Czarnecki and Mike McDonald from Rieth Riley take down road work signs after Pioneer Dr. officially reopened Tuesday afternoon.